CAMHS Community Team South East: Oxted

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Contact Details

Langley House
Church Lane
Oxted
Surrey
RH8 9LH

Telephone Number: 01883 388303
Fax Number: 01883 383901

Opening Times

Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

Contact Names

Manager: Julia Howe

Out of Hours Contact

Trust Crisis Line: 0300 456 83 42
SMS texting for people who are deaf or hard of hearing:07717 989024

Service Description

The CAMHS Community Teams are integrated health and social care teams that provide assessment and treatment for children and young people up to the age of 18 who are presenting with a mental health disorder.

They focus on assessing and treating children and young people presenting with moderate to severe and complex concerns and have a significant impact on the child’s development and cause distress to the child and/or their carers.

CAMHS service users must be under the age of 18 and registered with a GP based in Surrey. The service focuses on behaviours indicative of moderate to severe mental health and development needs which are causing functioning to deteriorate and problems to escalate. These may be having a significant impact on the child or young person’s development quality of life, and / or is causing distress to the child and / or carers. Presenting conditions may include the following:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Attachment disorders
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders
    Depressive disorders
  • Conduct disorders (diagnostic assessment, identification and treatment of co-morbid disorders as appropriate)
  • Deliberate self harm
  • Developmental disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Hyperkinetic disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive disorder
  • Post traumatic syndromes Psychotic disorders
  • Severe behavioural problems
  • Somatic syndromes

Referrals are accepted from professionals in health services, children’s Services, or education Departments, or the voluntary sector, who have been involved with the care of the young person and have obtained valid consent.

Referrals are not accepted directly from families or young people.

Areas Covered

Tandridge

Referral Process

We accept referrals from in writing from professionals in health services, children’s services, teachers, school nurses and other education pepartments or the voluntary sector who have been involved with the care of the young person and have obtained valid consent. We don't accepted referrals directly from children, young people or their families/carers. Please visit www.sabp.nhs.uk/CAMHS for what to include in a referral.

Referral Criteria

We focus on behaviours which indicate moderate to severe mental health and development needs that are causing the child or young person's functioning to deteriorate and problems to escalate. These difficulties may be having a significant impact on the child or young person’s development quality of life.