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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service

Urgent advice: In an emergency:

In an emergency – If you or someone else has seriously injured themselves, taken an overdose or are on the point of doing so

  • Call 999 or
  • Go directly to A&E

Do not use our online referrals form for urgent help.

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Non-urgent advice: Contact CAMHS

You can find addresses and phone numbers for each of our services on our contacts page.

Patient Advice & Liaison (PALS)

Need help fast?

  • Call our helplines

    The person you speak to will ask you some questions about how you are feeling before deciding what to do next.

  • Contact your GP

    You can also ask your GP practice for an urgent appointment during opening hours.

  • Speak to an adult

    Let someone know how you are feeling. A parent or carer is often the best person, but you could also speak to your school nurse, a teacher or another trusted adult.

  • Contact CAMHS

    If you are already using CAMHS, contact us directly during office hours (9am – 5pm). We will talk to you about how best to meet your needs.