Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
Main contact details
Dragon Square Community Unit
ST5 7HL - click here to get directions from Google Maps
Tel: 01782 408354
Our vision is to improve outcomes for children and young people through the provision of evidence-based care across a wide range of services, delivered by a highly trained and well supported workforce.
We aim for high quality, choice, flexible access and the inclusion of children, young people and their families or carers in the development and delivery of our services.
We offer specialist mental health services to children and young people (up to 18 years) and their families. We recognise that growing up can be stressful and worrisome at times. Feeling sad, lonely, worried, angry, frightened or feelings that nobody understands you are common feelings. We also know that children, young people and their families can become unwell at times. Use the links on our website to find out more about our service.
CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) Central Referral Hub
ST1 4ND - click here to get directions from Google Maps
Tel: 0300 123 0907 (option 4)
9am-5pm – Monday to Friday
The CAMHS service is made up of multi-disciplinary teams staffed by social workers, mental health nurses, therapists, clinical psychologists, mental health practitioners and child and adolescent psychiatrists. They work with parents and children to promote the development of children and young people so they can flourish at home and when they get to school.
Services available are for children, young people and their families/carers who have concerns about mental health, behaviour or emotional wellbeing.
If you have a hearing impairment and are unable to utilise the telephone or email communication, you can text the Hub on 07834 172198 and the team will respond as soon as possible (please note: this text service is available during the normal service hours and is charged at your network provider's rate).
Since being formed in 2014, the North Staffordshire Children and Young People's Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Youth Council has had a real influence on how mental health services are shaped and delivered in the area.
Council Chair Jaymee Smith explains more about what the council has been up to and what its ambitions are for the future.
CAMHS Ready is a tool for young people and their families that makes sure you get the most out of your first visit to North Staffordshire CAMHS.
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