- ARCH Recovery College
The recovery programme is dramatically changing the focus of our services by aiming to embed the ethos of recovery into all of our services.
- Access service and community mental health team - Wear and Durham Dales
The team provide a specialist mental health service for people in the Wear and Durham Dales area.
- Access to mental wellbeing services AMH Vale of York
The access to mental wellbeing services team is a central referral point for all routine referrals into mental health services in Vale of York
- Acute inpatient services - County Durham and Darlington
Our inpatient facilities in County Durham and Darlington
- Adult mental health dietetics
The adult mental health services dietetic team provides support to service users who have found their dietary intake to be effected by their mental health. This service is specifically for 18-65 years.
- Affective disorder (community intervention teams) - County Durham and Darlington
The affective disorders community intervention teams help people (aged 18 to 65 years) with various mental health issues including anxiety, depression, mood disorders and personality problems. They can also work with the individual's family or carers.
- Assertive outreach and crisis teams - Durham and Darlington
The assertive outreach and crisis teams provide person centred care to adults with learning disabilities and associated mental health needs within the community.
- Assertive outreach team - Abdale House
The assertive outreach team helps adult individuals who experience severe and enduring mental health problems, and who have a history of non-engagement with services.
- Assertive outreach team - Hambleton and Richmondshire
The assertive outreach team is part of community mental health services and works with adults with severe mental illness who have difficulty engaging in services, have repeat admissions to hospital and may have other problems such as violence, self harm, homelessness and substance abuse.
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) team - Teesside, County Durham and Darlington
The adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) team provides specialist assessment and intervention for people referred to the service.
- Carers' support team - Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale
The carers support team provides information, advice and support to carers of people who are receiving mental health services from the Trust.
- Cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis
Sometimes it is hard to talk to friends and family about issues that are upsetting or difficult. You may fear they will not understand. Some people find it useful to talk to a trained therapist to help make sense of what they are going through.
- Community drug and alcohol teams - Durham and Darlington
This is a confidential, multi-agency service for adults (aged 18 years and over) experiencing substance misuse difficulties. The aim of the service is to provide harm minimisation, treatment and recovery for all service users.
- Community mental health services for adults - Vale of York
Information about the community services we provide in the Vale of York
- Community mental health team - Hartlepool
The Hartlepool community mental health team provides mental health assessments for older people living in the Hartlepool locality who have memory problems or who have other mental health problems.
- Community mental health team - Middlesbrough
The Middlesbrough community mental health team provides mental health assessments for older people living in the Middlesbrough locality who have memory problems or who have other mental health problems.
- Community mental health team - Redcar and Cleveland
The Redcar and Cleveland community mental health team provides mental health assessments for older people living in the Redcar and Cleveland locality who have memory problems or who have other mental health problems.
- Community mental health team - Stockton
The Stockton community mental health team provides mental health assessments for older people living in the Stockton locality who have memory problems or who have other mental health problems.
- Community mental health teams - Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale
The service is for adults with mental health problems who are registered with a GP surgery within the teams' catchment areas.
- Crisis and access service - Vale of York
Our crisis and access service provides a single point of access for adults in the Vale of York. We receive and triage all routine and urgent referrals into secondary mental health services.
- Crisis and home based treatment team - Vale of York
The crisis and home based treatment team is a 24/7 service that responds to individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis. This service also provides home based treatment, street triage and section 136 support
- Crisis and recovery house
The Durham and Darlington crisis and recovery house is a nine bedroomed en-suite facility, for men and women living in the Durham and Darlington area.
- Crisis resolution and home treatment team - Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale
The crisis resolution and home treatment team aims to provide a high quality alternative to acute psychiatric hospital admission for people (aged 18 to 65 years) in the North East Yorkshire area who are experiencing a crisis related to their mental health.
- Crisis resolution intensive home treatment team - Hambleton and Richmondshire
The role of the crisis resolution intensive home treatment team is to provide assessment of mental health.
- Crisis resolution intensive home treatment teams - County Durham and Darlington
The role of the crisis resolution intensive home treatment teams is to provide assessment of mental health.
- Discovery Hub
The Discovery Hub is a partnership project between TEWV and York St John University and is hosted by Converge.
- Dual diagnosis service
Having a 'dual diagnosis' means that someone who has mental health problems also has problems with one or more drugs, including alcohol.
- Dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT) for depression - specialist psychotherapy service
Dynamic interpersonal therapy (DIT) is psychodynamic therapy that has been specifically developed for the treatment of depression.
- Eating disorders enhanced day service
This service offers adults with eating disorders who are living at home in County Durham, Darlington and Teesside the support and expertise they need from our NHS professionals.
- Eating disorders enhanced day service (community) - Teesdale
This service provides an alternative to inpatient or residential treatment. It offers a structured environment with an intense focus on learning skills for recovery but offers the important advantage of allowing the patient to continue to live at home.
- Eating disorders services; cognitive behavioural therapy (enhanced)
Cognitive behavioural therapy - enhanced (CBT-E) uses an assortment of new approaches and methods to improve outcomes including specific modules to address difficulties outside the core eating disorder.
- Family work for psychosis
Psychosis can be a bewildering experience for the individual and those close to them. Individuals and families may find it difficult to understand and share their experiences and worries about what is happening.
- Group analytic psychotherapy
Group analytic psychotherapy is an established form of group psychotherapy which aims for deep lasting changes.
- Group psychotherapy - Vale of York
Group psychotherapy is available to service users aged 18 and over in the Vale of York
- Hambleton and Richmondshire East sector community mental health team
The east sector community mental health team helps people (aged 18 to 65 years) with various mental health issues classed as affective and psychotic disorders, including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, psychotic symptoms and personality problems.
- Harrogate and Ripon adult community mental health service
We provide a specialist mental health service for people in the Harrogate, Wetherby and Ripon area.
- Harrogate community alcohol team
The community alcohol service is a team of specialist workers offering community interventions for adults with issues or concerns regarding the misuse of alcohol.
- Hartlepool crisis resolution and intensive home treatment team
People experiencing severe acute mental health difficulties should be treated in the least restrictive environment with the minimum of disruption to their lives. Intensive home treatment can be provided in a range of settings and offers an alternative to inpatient care.
- Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) - North Yorkshire
Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) is a national NHS programme designed to increase the availability of talking therapy treatments recommended by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).
- Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) - Vale of York
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) is part of a national programme to improve access to evidence-based psychological therapies for common mental health problems.
- Intensive home treatment team (IHTT) - Hambleton and Richmondshire
The intensive home treatment team provides assessment in an emergency situation - this means someone who needs to be seen within 4 hours.
- Intensive home treatment team (IHTT) - Harrogate and Craven
The service is currently for adults aged 18 to 65 years presenting with an acute mental health need of such severity that without the potential involvement of an intensive home treatment team (IHTT), may require an admission to a mental health unit.
- Memory service - Harrogate and Craven
The memory assessment and services pathway provides an assessment and ACI (acetyl-cholinesterase inhibitor) monitoring service for clients with possible dementia and those with a diagnosis who have been commenced on ACI therapy.
- Mental health resource centre, Scarborough
The resource centre provides a variety of services to promote people's independence and social inclusion.
- Middlesbrough access team
The service offers a single point of access to specialist mental health services within the Middlesbrough locality.
- Middlesbrough affective disorders team
The Middlesbrough affective disorders team provides a range of support and treatment options for adult clients with any form of affective disorders.
- Middlesbrough crisis team
The Middlesbrough crisis service offers assessment and intensive home treatment for individuals (18 years old and above) experiencing urgent mental health problems and/or emotional distress.
- Middlesbrough psychosis team
The service offers a comprehensive assessment and treatment service for adults in the Middlesbrough area with mental health problems, namely psychosis.
We run courses of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) for people aged over 18 years, who have experienced repeated episodes of depression or are stressed by parenting or caring for someone with mental ill health or a learning disability.
- Monitoring my wellbeing
To help us monitor your wellbeing you will be asked to complete a Patient Reported Outcome Measure (PROM).
- National support organisations
These organisations can provide information and support around mental health and learning disabilities
- North east mental health and deafness service
The service provides specialist assessment and intervention for deaf, deafened or deaf-blind people with mental health problems.
- Occupational therapy on Birch
Birch occupational therapy staff work with patients from admission, to discharge and return to their home environment.
- Primary Care Mental Health Worker Services - Vale of York
The Primary Care Mental Health Worker Services are based within 25 GP surgeries providing support to 33 different GP surgery sites.
- Primary care mental health service - Harrogate and Craven
The primary care mental health service provides brief interventions (of up to six sessions) for adults aged 18 and over who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems. The service comprises of link workers and counsellors.
- Primary care mental health team - Hambleton and Richmondshire
The primary care mental health team provides a service for adults with mild to moderate mental health problems in the Hambleton and Richmondshire area.
- Psychoanalytic / psychodynamic psychotherapy
Psychoanalytic psychotherapy treats mental and emotional problems through discovering unconscious patterns within the individual and in their relationships and uses the therapeutic relationship, as well as the patient's relationships in the world, to enable change within the patient.
- Psychological Therapies - Vale of York
We work with people to overcome stress, anxiety and depression to enjoy and participate in life again.
- Psychological therapies - Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale
Psychological therapies, sometimes called Talking Therapies, are for people who are experiencing difficulties that affect their day to day quality of life and their mood.
- Psychological therapies on Birch
A range of psychological therapies is available for adults with an eating disorder on both an individual and group basis
- Psychosis teams - Durham and Darlington
Psychosis teams work within the community setting to provide a service to clients over the age of 18 years who have diagnosed psychosis disorders and to offer support to their families.
- Psychosocial intervention team - Hartlepool psychosis team
The psychosocial intervention team provides a service to people with severe and persistent mental disorder eg psychosis and bipolar disorder with associated perceptual disturbances.
- Recovery injectable opioid (RIO)
RIO is a new health service for patients who continue to inject street heroin despite standard treatment.
- Redcar and Cleveland community intervention team (affective disorders)
The community intervention team provides a service for adults in the Redcar and Cleveland locality suffering from serious mental health problems.The referred person must have a moderate to severe mental health problem of an acute or remitting nature, requiring specialist mental health services.
- Redcar and Cleveland intensive home treatment/crisis resolution team
The role of the intensive home treatment / crisis resolution team is to provide assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care to clients in mental health crisis. The service is offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Redcar and Cleveland psychosis team
The community intervention team provides a service to people with severe and persistent mental disorders, for example psychosis and severe personality disorder with associated perceptual disturbances.
- Rehabilitation and recovery services at Lustrum Vale, Stockton
The Trust's specialist recovery services deliver effective rehabilitation, habilitation and recovery to people whose needs cannot be met by less intensive, mainstream adult mental health services.
- Rehabilitation services at Earlston House
Earlston House is a rehabilitation service which operates within the County Durham and Darlington rehabilitation service.
- Ripon community mental health team
The Ripon team provide community mental health services for people aged 18 to 65 years, who are registered with a local general practitioner (GP) and who have a severe or enduring mental illness, which cannot be managed in primary care. The service also offer support to individual family members or carers.
- Specialist personality consultation and therapy service
The service aims to provide a specialist tertiary service for adults who have, or are suspected of having, any kind of personality disorder.
- Specialist psychotherapy service
The specialist psychotherapy service provides a high quality, evidence-based psychodynamic and psychoanalytic therapy service for adults referred by health professionals.
- Specialist psychotherapy service - Sedgefield
The community adult psychotherapy service provides, assessment, personalised psychotherapeutic care planning and treatment interventions for adults who have long standing and complex psychological difficulties.
- Steps to recovery group
Recovering from mental health illnesses is a personal and unique journey for each individual. These groups are designed to encourage people to consider their own personal steps towards recovery.
- Stockton access team
The access team provides an assessment service for adults referred with mental health problems who may require secondary mental health services. The service is for adults aged 18 and upwards in the Stockton locality.
- Stockton affective disorder team
The Stockton affective disorder team provides a service for individuals suffering with a severe and enduring mental health problem.
- Stockton crisis team
The crisis team is available 24 hours every day and is aimed at supporting people who are experiencing a crisis in relation to their mental health.
- Stockton psychosis team
The service provides integrated mental health care for adults in the Stockton area who suffer with severe and persistent mental health problems, such as schizophrenia, psychosis and bi polar disorder.
- Street triage and places of safety
Our street triage teams work alongside local police forces to make sure that people who need mental health treatment receive it as quickly as possible.
- Substance misuse community teams
The community substance misuse service is made up of seven teams working across County Durham and Darlington.
- Support organisations in Hambleton and Richmondshire
Organisations offering support in the Hambleton and Richmondshire area
- Support organisations in Hartlepool
Organisations offering support and advice in the Hartlepool area
- Support organisations in Middlesborough
Organisations offering support and advice in the Middlesbrough area
- Support organisations in North Durham
Organisations offering support and advice in the North Durham area
- Support organisations in Redcar and Cleveland
Organisations offering support and advice in the Redcar and Cleveland area
- Support organisations in Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale
Organisations offering support and advice in the Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale area
- Support organisations in South Durham and Darlington
Organisations offering support and advice in the South Durham and Darlington area
- Talking therapies
Not coping? Feeling stressed or low? Unable to relax? Difficulty sleeping? Worried? We can help...
- The care programme approach (CPA)
CPA supports people who have complex mental health needs, who often require the support of several services.
- The stress vulnerability bucket
The stress vulnerability bucket is a way to explain why some people experience 'psychotic' experiences.
- Using your own medicines in hospital
While you are in hospital, we have a system to allow you to use the medicines you bring in from home on the wards/units (known as patients own drugs - POD). On admission please bring with you all of your medicines you have at home. If you couldnât or forgot we can ask a relative/carer to bring them in to hospital for you.
- Veteran Transition Intervention and Liaison Service (TILS North England)
The Veteran Transition Intervention and Liaison Service (TILS) is a service for current serving military personnel and ex-armed forces persons who may have mental health, social and welfare issues.
- West sector community mental health team - Hambleton and Richmondshire
Community mental health teams provide a wide range of help, support and advice for people aged between 18 and 65 years with serious mental health problems.
- What is a care plan?
A care plan is a jointly agreed, written plan between you and your care co-ordinator or lead professional which outlines your assessed needs, any risks to yourself or others, personal goals and progress towards your recovery.
- What is cognitive analytic therapy? (CAT)
Cognitive analytic therapy, also known as CAT, is a talking therapy that mainly focuses on relationship patterns
- What is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)?
CBT is a brief psychological therapy that can help you understand the way you think about yourself, the world and other people
- What is integrated psychological therapy?
Integrated psychological therapy is a time-limited, focused, talking therapy. Using a range of psychological approaches, the therapist and client work together to identify and understand the problems they are experiencing.
- Work placement officer - Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale
The work placement officer provides advice, guidance and assessment to adults (aged 18 to 65 years) receiving secondary mental health services who are seeking employment or help them in retaining employment.