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Minimum and maximum age of service users

No minimum age, Maximum age 24


Method of delivery

Face to face (in a group)
Face to face (individual)
Telephone


Who is the service for?

Direct support using evidence-based strategies that are recommended by NICE (including cognitive behavioural therapy) is available for children over the age of 12 diagnosed with ADHD or ASD. All services are available for children and young people with a wide range of behavioural, emotional or mental health needs including ASD, ADHD, behavioural difficulties and sleep difficulties. A range of programmes is also available for their parents.


Contact details

Telephone:
01158764000
Website address:
Opening times:

9am – 5pm Monday to Friday


Other Essential Information

This service is for all children and young people aged up to 18, and for young people aged 18-24 with an education and health care plan.

Note that individual face-to-face support is only available for children aged 11 and above; telephone support consists of advice only (not therapy).

Parenting programmes available include:

  • 123 Magic – a four-week course for parents of children up to 12 years.
  • Cygnet – a six-week programme for parents of children with a diagnosis of autism.
  • New Forest – a six-week programme offering two courses, one for parents of pre-school children with ADHD symptoms (pre diagnosis) and another for parents of children aged 5-12 who have an ADHD diagnosis.
  • Sleep programme – a five-week parenting course for parents of children who have comorbidities of neuro developmental concerns.

Minimum and maximum age of service users

No minimum age, Maximum age 19


Method of delivery

Face to face (in a group)
Face to face (individual)


Who is the service for?

Children or young people with a range of mental of physical health concerns including concerns about development, growth or disability.

A community paediatrician will usually be involved where there is evidence to suggest that there may be an underlying medical or developmental condition to explain a child’s difficulties. This will include assessment and, where appropriate, diagnosis and management of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).


Contact details

Opening times:

Access to the service is via GP referral. If you are a member of the public wishing to contact the service please speak to your GP in the first instance.

Minimum and maximum age of service users

Minimum age 12, Maximum age 25


Method of delivery

Face to face (individual)


Who is the service for?

We work with young people presenting with a range of symptoms and diagnoses – from anxiety and depression to diagnosed personality disorders. Each young person is assessed and allocated to an appropriately experienced professional or referred onto a more specialist service where appropriate.


Contact details

Address:
NGY
29-31 Castle Gate
Nottingham
NG1 7AR
Email:
Telephone:
01159525040
Website address:
Opening times:

Monday to Saturday from 12 noon to 8pm and Sunday from 12 noon to 5pm.

Counselling is available Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 7.30pm.

Drop-in counselling is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 4pm to 6pm. This is provided on a first-come first-seen basis and appointments cannot be booked. Please note that these sessions are sometimes very popular, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Minimum and maximum age of service users

Minimum age 10, Maximum age 24


Method of delivery

Face to face (in a group)
Face to face (individual)
Online


Who is the service for?

Any child or young person experiencing emotional or mental health difficulties and requiring therapeutic intervention. This service can help with a wide range of issues including self-harm, suicide, abuse, anxiety, bullying, stress, depression, low mood, anger, LGBT+, family relationships, relationships and bereavement.


Contact details

Address:
Foxhall Lodge
Foxhall Road
Notttingham
NG7 6LH
Email:
Telephone:
07715906131
Website address:
Opening times:

Online support via the website www.KOOTH.com – 12pm-10pm Monday-Friday, 6pm – 10pm at weekends.

Face2face – 9am – 5pm Monday-Friday.


Other Essential Information

No referral is needed to use the online service, just visit KOOTH.com. Professionals should refer via the BEMH Pathway and select ‘KOOTH’ as the required service, which will direct you to KOOTHF2F.com

Additional website resources: www.Xenzone.com, www.koothf2f.com (face2face counselling referral form)

Minimum and maximum age of service users

No minimum age, Maximum age 18


Method of delivery

Face to face (in a group)
Face to face (individual)


Who is the service for?

Children and young people with moderate emotional and/or mental health needs.


Contact details

Telephone:
01158764000
Website address:
Opening times:

8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday


Other Essential Information

If you are a child or young person who is accessing support, or is about to access support, and you want to tell services/professionals about yourself, your views and what you want to happen, then you can download the children and young person’s passport here and write as much or as little as you want to in it. There is no right or wrong way to complete the passport.

This will belong to you and you will have control of who you share it with and how. The passport has been designed to help young people so that you don't have to keep re-telling your story or what you want professionals to know. Please bring it along to your Choice appointment with CAMHS if you have one, or to any meetings with professionals to support you to share with us what you want us to know about you. If you would like, this can then be passed to another professional/service so you don’t have to keep re-telling people the same things over and over again. We hope it will also help you to share things that you may find hard to say out loud.

We would really like your feedback about using the passport. To tell us what you like or don’t like about it or to ask us any questions please contact us (Martyn or Jack) on 0115 8764277.

Minimum and maximum age of service users

Minimum age 5, Maximum age 18


Method of delivery

Face to face (in a group)
Face to face (individual)


Who is the service for?

Front-line agencies including schools, health, social care and education.


Contact details

Address:
Glenbrook Management Centre
Wigman Road
Nottingham
NG8 4PD
Telephone:
0115 8764000
Opening times:

9am to 5pm Monday to Friday


Other Essential Information

Healthcare professionals please note: SHARP does not accept referrals through the BEMH Pathway for one to one casework; only for professional consultations.

Minimum and maximum age of service users

No minimum age, Maximum age 18


Method of delivery

Face to face (in a group)
Telephone


Who is the service for?

All children and young people who are admitted to paediatric wards with self-harm/suicidal thoughts or actions. All young people are offered a follow-up appointment and referred into appropriate services to gain help and support as needed.


Contact details

Address:
Thorneywood CAMHS
Porchester Rd
Nottingham
NG3 6LF
Telephone:
01158 440560
Opening times:

Referrals received (from hospital wards only) during Crisis team opening hours: 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday.


Other Essential Information

All referrals are received from QMC.

Minimum and maximum age of service users

No minimum age, Maximum age 18


Method of delivery

Telephone


Who is the service for?

Any child or young person who is experiencing a mental health crisis.

Crisis assessment may be offered to children and young people who:

  • Are at risk of immediate and significant self-harm
  • Are admitted to an acute hospital due to self-harm and/or mental health issues
  • Are an immediate and significant risk to others due to their mental health
  • Are being considered for admission to a mental health in-patient unit
  • Are in acute psychological or emotional distress that is causing a significant loss of functioning.

Intensive home treatment may be provided for children and young people who:

  • Require intensive home support due to their acute psychiatric or acute psychological presentation and who would require hospital admission if the crisis service was not involved.
  • Require increased home support due to deteriorating mental health and/or being at high risk of experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis.
  • Are receiving psychiatric in-patient care at the time of referral and require active involvement by the crisis service in planning for discharge
  • Are known to specialist CAMHS teams (Eating Disorder, CAMHS Looked after Children team, Head2Head and CAMHS Intellectual/ Developmental Difficulties team) and require shared care during out of hours support

In-reach services may be provided for young people requiring psychiatric admission. The team will support the in-patient unit and community teams by facilitating home leave and attending ward rounds in order to provide a timely and safe discharge. The team can offer intensive home treatment as a step-down option if needed.


Contact details

Address:
Entrance 2,
Thorneywood Adolescent Unit,
Porchester Road,
Nottingham
NG3 6LF

3-5 Lindsay Close,
Mansfield
Nottinghamshire
NG18 5TF
Email:
Telephone:
01158440560
Opening times:

8am to 10pm Monday to Friday; 10am to 6pm weekends and bank holidays.


Other Essential Information

Please note members of the public cannot refer directly to this service. If you are a member of the public wishing to make use of this service please contact your health, education, social or key worker, who can refer you in.