Surrey CAMHS sees all young people, up to their 18th birthday, regardless of educational status. As well as the community CAMHS teams, there is also a suite of other specialist teams, often working in parallel:
Crisis Team – for emergencies, including those that present at acute hospitals.
Hope Service – providing an intensive outreach service and a day programme for high risk young people
Extended Hope - an evening crisis service accessible by all, as well as Hope House, a unique short-stay residential unit for mental health crisis respite.
CAMHS Havens – crisis drop-in service.
Primary Mental Health Team
Early Intervention in Psychosis Team
Eating Disorders Service
CAMHS for Children with Learning Disabilities
Specialist CAMHS Teams for adopted and looked-after children, as well as young people who have experienced sexual trauma.
Mindful Service – outreach for young people who are otherwise difficult to access
CAMHS Single Point of Access (SPA) team
A number of CAMHS partner agencies also provide various services, including: counselling, drug and alcohol support, and ADHD parenting programmes.
The Developmental Paediatric Service
The Developmental Paediatric Service is a single front-end service which includes paediatrics, nursing, therapy, and mental health and wellbeing
services for infants, children and young people across Surrey and parts of North East Hampshire.
Our consultant-led and family-centered service is dedicated to helping children and young people to manage a wide range of developmental difficulties related to:
- Developmental delay or disorder
- Neurological disability
- Autism spectrum disorder - under 6 years
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder - under 6 years
- Cerebral palsy
- Severe learning difficulties and/ or complex needs
Children and Family Health Surrey
Children and Family Health Surrey has been providing NHS community services in Surrey since April 2017, and works in partnership with a range of organisations , investing time and money to develop high quality NHS services which provide care good enough for our own families.
In Surrey, CFHS provides a comprehensive range of children’s services including:
- Developmental paediatrics
- Universal services (including health visitors and school nurses)
- Therapy services
- Community children’s nurses, paediatric specialist nurses, respite and domiciliary care services
Find out more about the Trust on our main recruitment pages.