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.
Ripon integrated community 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 mental health issues; ranging from mild to moderate emotional difficulties to severe or enduring mental illness, including dual diagnosis. The service can also offer support and advice to individual family members or carers.
Spending time on a paediatric ward with an eating disorder – Co Durham and Darlington adolescent community eating disorders service
Introduction Hi, I’m a young person who once, like you, had to be admitted to a paediatric ward because of my eating disorder. It can be a scary and confusing time so I’ve written this guide to help you understand what it’s like to spend time on a paediatric ward (children’s ward). I’ve written what […]
Stockton community team – CAMHs
Stockton CAMHS work together to promote a sense of wellbeing, by helping children and young people up to the age of 18 and their families to cope with any difficulties they may be experiencing.
Stockton on Tees community team for children and young people
Viscount House Falcon Court Stockton-on-Tees TS18 3TX One telephone number to contact Teesside CAMHS services The child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) across Teesside has one telephone number to contact the appropriate CAMHS team for your area. To contact the team please call 0300 013 2000 and choose from one of the following options: Option 1 – Training department […]
Support – Fusion Cafe, Stockton
A monthly event offering people with memory problems and their carers an enjoyable time.
Tips on managing reactions to a major incident
In the immediate aftermath of a major incident our body’s automatic survival reactions will take over and may react in unexpected ways. Here are some tips on how to manage those reactions.
Wellbeing in mind – school support teams, young people, North Yorkshire
Community mental wellbeing service for young people in Scarborough, Ryedale and Selby