We provide a service to children, young people and families that live in the London borough of Croydon. Our services are primarily based at our main building, Christopher Wren House.
If your child is waiting for an assessment, please take a look at our guide as to who to contact whilst you wait:
Our teams in Croydon
Short-term, low intensity, guided self-help interventions for treatment of mild to moderate mental health conditions.
Crisis care for young people that present at Croydon University Hospital.
Assessments for children and young people with moderate to severe mental health disorders.
Follow up treatment for children and young people with moderate to severe mental health disorders.
Treatment for children and young people with complex mental health disorders.
Help for children and young people with a significant intellectual disability, and/or complex neurodevelopmental disorder.
Help in schools and colleges for young people with mild to moderate mental health issues.
Croydon CAMHS Crisis Service
Christopher Wren House,
113 High Street,
Croydon CR0 1QG
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
Treatment offered in crisis:
We have been trained in the “Therapeutic Assessment” and attempt to use this either at the point of A&E presentation, or at their follow-up appointment. Cases who we see for follow-ups would have tailored therapeutic support. However, this is not specific therapy, but more based upon a support role. We often will provide DBT based skills to assist with coping in a crisis.
Current crisis management procedures:
Our crisis team covers 9am – 5pm during the week. On these days, there is a clinician on-call from the crisis team and also a consultant psychiatrist who covers between 9am – 5pm.
Croydon University Hospital
530 London Road