How our service can help you
The Children Looked After Mental Health Service (CLAMHS) is part of Lambeth Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). We are a team that provides assessment, care and intervention for children and young people, up to the age of 18, who have mental health difficulties. We care for children and young people who are looked after by the London Borough of Lambeth.
We work with a very diverse population that are often the most vulnerable children and young people, who have experienced trauma including sexual, emotional and physical abuse as well as complex mental health needs.
Our aim is to provide stability for the children, and young people that see us, and to support their mental health and wellbeing. We also provide regular consultation and support to foster carers, social workers and other professionals involved when there is a concern, and we also run regular training courses for foster carers.
Our team members come from varied backgrounds that can include child and adolescent psychiatrists, mental health social workers, clinical psychologists, community psychiatric nurses, child psychotherapists, occupational therapists, as well as art, music and drama therapists.
We are based at William Geoffrey House where most of our appointments take place. We can also see children and young people at one of the other community Lambeth CAMHS mental health centres.
- Service Borough Covers: Lambeth Treatment type: Community
Contact the serviceSite Location: William Geoffrey House Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wheelchair accessible building
- All floors accessible by lift
- Disabled toilets
- Blue badge parking on Buckner road
William Geoffrey House
Lambeth CAMHS, 35 Black Prince Road,London, SE11 6JJ
- Business Hours/Visiting Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
- Conditions: Anxiety, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Autism, Bipolar disorder, Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), Conduct disorder, Depression, Dissociative disorders, Learning disabilities, Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), Persistent physical symptoms, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Psychosexual, Psychosis, Self-harm