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Child and Adult Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

 

Information about Child and Adult Mental Health Services (CAMHS) can be found below and via the links on the right of this page. 

 

 

 

What do they do?

CAMHS provide mental health treatment and interventions for children and young people living in Hampshire.

Who do they support?

They offer services for children aged 0 to 18 (or 19 if the young person has a learning disability).

How can you obtain their service?

A parent/carer can refer a child to CAMHS, or you can ask someone who knows your child well (school or your child’s GP) to make a referral.

There is a criteria for which children and young people will be offered support and this can be found on the external link on the right.  

What else do they do?

As well as mental health difficulties, CAMHS can help with diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Conditions in secondary school aged children who have associated mental health conditions (such as anxiety and depression).

They can also help with diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Further details can be found on the Hampshire County Council website.

To find out more information about the CAMHS service, see their local offer under "Related Services" on the right.

Specialist CAMHS Consultation Lines

 Winchester CAMHS Centre  01962 828355
 Eastleigh CAMHS Centre 02380 673984
 New Forest CAMHS Centre 02380 743030
 Andover CAMHS centre 01264 835356
 Aldershot CAMHS centre 01252 335600
 Basingstoke CAMHS centre 01256 392766
 Fareham and Gosport CAMHS centre 01329 822220
 Havant CAMHS centre 02392 224560

Do you want to help make a difference? (CAMHS - ACE)

The staff in Hampshire are seeking to work in new and creative ways that best meets the needs of young people and families, we recognise that there are areas for improvement and need the help from those who access our service.

For more information please view the download documents (poster and application form) on the right of this page.

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