Our partners

Mindsight Surrey CAMHS are working with a number of expert partners including Beacon UK, Xenzone, Surrey Youth Support Service, the National Autistic Society, Barnardo's, Heads Together, Learning Space, Eikon, The LifeTrain Trust, Step by Step, Relate West Surrey, Richmond Fellowship and Catch 22.

We're proud to be working with a number of expert partners to deliver our Mindsight Surrey CAMHS services:

Beacon UK manage our single point of access, CAMHS One Stop and ensure that those being referred are in contact with the right service.

Xenzone offer BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) accredited online counselling, self-help and moderated peer support via the award-winning Kooth.com. Providing access to this service across Surrey will widen the help available to young people, enabling immediate and direct access to support. This will be available to young people aged 10 plus.

Surrey Youth Support Service lead the development and implementation of a No Labels Service to engage with young people who are leading chaotic lives and do not readily engage with services.

The National Autistic Society, children’s charity Barnardo’s and technology from Brain in Hand deliver peer support networks, digital health apps and accredited pre/post parenting support programmes for children and young people with behavioural issues, emotional problems and neuro-disability.

Other voluntary sector organisations in Surrey including Heads Together, Learning Space, Eikon, The LifeTrain Trust, Step by Step and Relate West Surrey also offer specialist services for groups of children aged six upwards, one to one support and counselling.

Richmond Fellowship provide education, training and employment and support to those aged 16-25 and Catch 22 support the Mindful service through substance misuse engagement work with young people and support parents and carers through a phone line.