Haringey Adult Mental Health Services
One in four of us will experience some form of mental illness during our lives.
If you are experiencing depression, anxiety or other forms of mental distress it is important to get help as soon as possible.
The sooner help is given, the sooner recovery can begin. Please see the community support page for information on things available in the Haringey community, or help in a crisis if you or someone you know is in crisis.
Haringey’s specialist Adult Mental Health Services are provided in partnership between Haringey Council and Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust, and include community mental health services as well as hospital inpatient services.
Social care assessments are carried out by workers in the community mental health teams.
Referral (external link) can only be made by GPs or other health or social care professionals. If you think that you or someone you care for may need specialist health or social care, please speak to your GP.
You can learn more about services offered on the Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust website (external link). Alternatively, you can call 020 8702 6700.
Other specialist services
The council runs the Clarendon Recovery College.
Haringey Homeless Health Inclusion Team
The Haringey Homeless Health Inclusion Team aims to improve access to mainstream primary care for rough sleepers and those housed in emergency accommodation.
The vision is to have a sustained positive impact on the health and wellbeing of the homeless population in Haringey.
SMI Physical Health Checks Service
The Primary Care SMI service is offered to people in the London Borough of Haringey who live with severe mental illness, helping them to keep safe and healthy.
It offers service users a comprehensive physical health check with a clinician and a safe space for discussions around lifestyle and health and wellbeing concerns.
For other services, you can find them on our directory, Haricare.
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