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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

Providing specialist evidence-based, outcomes-focused mental health service for children and young people aged 0-18 and their families in Greenwich; with the aim of improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health outcomes for young people via advice, support, consultation, evidence based interventions and integrated care pathways within and across services in Greenwich. 

Who to contact

Telephone

E-mail
oxl-tr.childrenstherapies@nhs.net
Website
Oxleas NHS

Where to go

Name
Greenwich CAMHS
Address
Memorial Hospital
Shooters Hill
London
Postcode
SE18 3RZ
Notes

How to find us:

Bus routes: 89, 244, 486

Trains: The nearest train station is Welling which is a bus ride away. You can also use Woolwich Arsenal station and take bus 244.

Car parking: There are four marked bays for child and family parking outside Highpoint House. There is also a free car park at the Memorial Hospital site. 

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
0 - 18 years
Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Referral:

Self- referral via website HeadScape  which provides a library of information and self- help tools http://headscapegreenwich.co.uk or by calling our Single Point of Access (SPA) team on 020 8836 8621

Professional referrals can be sent to:

Children's Community Services (Greenwich)
Single Point of Access
Memorial Hospital
Shooters Hill
London SE18 3RG

Telephone 020 8836 8621
Fax 020 8319 3336
Email: oxl-tr.childrenstherapies@nhs.net

Local Offer

Description

Eligibility

Children and young people under 18 years who are:

  • Registered with a GP within the Greenwich Clinical Commissioning Group area
  • Living within the Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • Attending a Greenwich school
  • In the care of the Local Authority ( RBG LAC residing within a 60 miles of Greenwich)  

Children and young people may not be eligible for the service on the basis of:

  • Age; young person who is over 18 years at the time of referral
  • The referred problem may be best treated in an alternative service
  • Where a more clinically appropriate service has been commissioned from an alternative provider (e.g. parent groups for conduct problems)
  • Children in court proceedings including those where intervention is not advised under Home Office guidelines
  • Court assessments,  unless specifically contracted
    • Where the service is not commissioned e.g. inpatient tier 4 healthcare, specialist  tier 4 outpatient interventions, support for eating disorders- these are provided by SLAM and CAMHS will refer to this service
Local Offer Age Bands
Pre-Birth - 5 years
5-11 years
11-16 years
16-19 years
SEN Provision Type
Targeted

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