Managing your health
- Register with a GP and dentist
- Help with medical costs
- Mental health services
- Free annual health checks
- Autism support
- Social Care Costs and Assessments
- Other free support and resources
When it comes to managing your physical health, your GP is the best person to give you advice.
- Register with a GP on the NHS website (external link)
- Find a dentist on the NHS website (external link)
Find out if you're entitled to free NHS prescriptions, NHS dental treatment and help with other NHS costs.
- If you or someone you know is in a mental health crisis, contact the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey (BEH) Trust 24-hour Crisis Telephone Service: 0800 151 0023 or visit the BEH Support in a Crisis webpage to learn more (external link)
- Visit the Haringey Mental Health Resource Hub webpage
- Visit the Haringey Adult Mental Health Services webpage
Mental health support for children and adolescents
You can find the following support from the Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHs) at the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey (BEH) Trust:
- Mental health support for children and adolescents, aged 2 years old to 17 years and 9 month old, with learning difficulties.
- Visit the BEH CAMHs website for information and resources on mental health and emotional support (external link)
- People aged 14 or over with a learning disability should be on their doctor's learning disability register
- Everyone on this register is entitled to a free annual health check
- Learn about the free annual health checks for people with learning disabilities on the NHS website (external link)
- If you believe you may be autistic and are looking for guidance and resources, view our dedicated webpage for Autism Support.
- #ActuallyHaringey – Autism Hub is a specialist autism-specific service designed to deliver early help provision that addresses the needs of people aged 16+ with autism and their support networks. Visit the #ActuallyHaringey webpage.
- Social care support for individuals: includes advice on care costs, potential contributions, available benefits, and other assistance. Visit the Care Costs and Assessments webpage.
- Social care support for carers: support is available for carers who provide assistance to family or friends who are unable to manage without their help. Visit the Caring for Someone webpage.
- View our Adult Social Care and Health Page for guidance on how to live independently, mental health support, caring for someone with special needs and more
- Visit our Community Groups and Services page for information about independent partners and organisations who can support you
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