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We provide more than 240 services to people in our local communities as well as being the UK's leading provider of national and specialist services.

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  1. Psychosis Community Service (Lewisham - North)

    Our Psychosis Community Services provides care for adults, aged 18-65, who have a psychotic illness. This involves distorted perceptions of reality - thinking, feeling, hearing and seeing - often with symptoms of hallucinations and delusions.

    We are available to people who live in the London Borough of Lewisham and already receive treatment for mental illness from one of our other therapy services.

    People eligible for our service must be on the Care Programme Approach (CPA). The CPA is for patients who need to see several people or organisations for their mental health care and treatment.

    We help people to continue with the improvements they have made with their illness, teaching them the skills to live independently in their community.

    We work with a team of health and social care professionals including nurses, doctors, social workers, occupational therapist psychologists. We also work closely with the patients, their carers and GPs, Benefit workers , Social inclusion recovery service (SIRS), Lewisham AMHP service, local day care centres and housing associations and supported living placements as required.

    Due to Covid most of our services are now been provided virtually

    Address: 62 Speedwell Street Deptford, London, SE8 4AT

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  2. Psychosis Community Service (Lewisham - South East)

    Our Psychosis Community Services provides care for adults, aged 18-65, who have a psychotic illness. This involves distorted perceptions of reality - thinking, feeling, hearing and seeing - often with symptoms of hallucinations and delusions.

    We are available to people who live in the London Borough of Lewisham and already receive treatment for mental illness from one of our other therapy services.

    People eligible for our service must be on the Care Programme Approach (CPA). The CPA is for patients who need to see several people or organisations for their mental health care and treatment.

    We help people to continue with the improvements they have made with their illness, teaching them the skills to live independently in their community.

    We work with a team of health and social care professionals including nurses, doctors, social workers, psychologists and benefits workers. We also work closely with the patients, their carers and GPs, local day care centres and housing associations as required.

    Address: Churchdown Mental Health Centre
    1A Churchdown
    Downham
    Bromley, London, BR1 5PS

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  3. Psychosis Community Service (Lewisham - South West)

    Our Psychosis Community Services provides care for adults, aged 18-65, who have a psychotic illness. This involves distorted perceptions of reality - thinking, feeling, hearing and seeing - often with symptoms of hallucinations and delusions.

    We are available to people who live in the London Borough of Lewisham and already receive treatment for mental illness from one of our other therapy services.

    People eligible for our service must be on the Care Programme Approach (CPA). The CPA is for patients who need to see several people or organisations for their mental health care and treatment.

    We help people to continue with the improvements they have made with their illness, teaching them the skills to live independently in their community.

    We work with a team of health and social care professionals including nurses, doctors, social workers, psychologists and benefits workers. We also work closely with the patients, their carers and GPs, local day care centres and housing associations as required.

    Address: Churchdown Mental Health Centre
    1A Churchdown
    Downham
    Bromley, London, BR1 5PS

    Category: CMHT

  4. Reablement Service (Southwark)

    The Reablement Service- Southwark offers a skills development programme to support adult Southwark residents who are attending the adult community mental health teams and the Maudsley Inpatient Units, where health may restrict or inhibit daily living.

    We offer skills development in the following Adult Social Care domains: Meal Preparation; Personal Hygiene; Managing Toileting Needs; Being Appropriately Clothed; Being Able to Make Use of your Home Safely; Maintaining a Habitable Home (including housework, laundry, shopping, correspondence and administering finances); Developing or Maintaining Family or Other Personal Relationships; Accessing and Engaging in Work, Training or Volunteering; Making Use of Necessary Facilities in the Local Community, including Public Transport and Recreational Facilities or Services; and Carrying Out any Caring Responsibilities for a Child/ Other Dependant.

    Referrals: Via Community Mental Health Teams and Maudsley Inpatient Units when eligibility to Adult Social Care has been assessed, and where those teams are not providing the Adult Social Care Support.

    Address: The North West CMHT
    27-29 Camberwell Road, Camberwell, SE5 0EZ

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  5. Recovery and Rehabilitation Service (Croydon)

    Our service provides intensive community-based rehabilitation, care and support for people, aged 18-65, or aged over 65 if they have been treated by the Croydon Mental Health Service. R&R is for people with severe and long-term mental illness who live in the London Borough of Croydon in a 24 hour funded placement such as Supported Housing, Supported Living, Residential Care Home or Nursing Home.

    Our team includes people from a range of health and social care professions. We help people to maintain their health and their move towards greater independence in their communities.

    Address: Queens Resource Centre
    66a Queens Road, Croydon, CR0 2PR

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  6. Rehabilitation Service (Lewisham)

    The Complex Rehabilitation Service provides 24-hour, rehabilitation, nursing care and accommodation, for up to 34 adults with long-term mental illness and challenging behaviour. We provide care for people who live in the London Borough of Lewisham.

    Our accommodation ranges from shared accommodation for people who require a high level of staff support, to self-contained flats for people who can live in the community relatively independently.

    We aim to support people's recovery and their move towards greater independence in the community.

    Our team includes health and social care staff from a range of professions.

    Address: 3-5 Heather Close
    Hither Green, London, SE13 6UG

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (Local)

  7. Richmond Community Drug and Alcohol Service (RCDAS)

    Richmond Community Drug and Alcohol Service (RCDAS) is a community drug and alcohol service for anyone over the age of 18 living in the London Borough of Richmond. The team comprises a core service in Twickenham, satellite services across the borough, and is supported by specialist psychology, criminal justice, outreach, ETE and housing staff, as well as a day programme for Richmond and Wandsworth residents. We offer addictions related prescribing alongside psycho-social interventions and access to a range of groups. Psychology and counselling services are available to those accessing all pathways. Recovery and peer mentoring services are also available to all service users, as well as volunteering opportunities.

    Our core site in Twickenham also offers needle exchange, blood testing, hep B vaccinations, medical and nurse assessments, smoking cessation, legal advice, Hep C treatment plus access to detox, day programme and residential rehab options. Our Recovery Hub in Wandsworth (accessible to RCDAS service users, key workers can refer) offers employability programmes, access to courses, skills training, social events, activities such as yoga, music and art- available at any point in a person's treatment journey.

    The service is a Consortium with our Trust being the clinical lead in partnership with We Are With You, St Mungo's and CDARS. Staff are therefore employed from medical, psychology, nursing, recovery worker, outreach and ETE backgrounds and volunteers support across the pathways. The service works closely with local hospitals and GPs, Richmond Council services, other local partner agencies and service user representatives. The over-arching aim of the service is to support service users in reducing or stopping their substance use and associated harm, and working towards sustainable and meaningful recovery in the community.

    Address: Unit 2
    Ilex House
    94 Holly Road, Twickenham, TW1 4HF

    Category: Substance Misuse Community Service

  8. Self Harm Service (SHOPS)

    The Self-Harm Outpatient Service (SHOPs) is a specialist and national self-harm service. We provide two years of intensive longer-term psychotherapy for adults experiencing complex and enduring problems relating to self-harm or other forms of self-destructiveness. These behaviours are understood and worked with in the context of difficulties in relationships, early adversity and experiences that may include trauma. We work with people to help them understand how turning to self-destructiveness can serve as a way of coping with underlying problems. We provide a setting that can help people bear intense and disturbing experiences.

    We are involved in outcome research in psychotherapy and our clinical work is undertaken by senior and experienced psychotherapists, and supervised mental health practitioners.

    Individuals appropriate to this service often make frequent use of emergency services or multiple care agencies. Many have been diagnosed as having a personality disorder, and may also have suffered from eating disorders, depression, complex trauma or alcohol and substance misuse. For many, their emotional problems and difficulties in forming mutually satisfying relationships can be linked to adverse experiences in early life and contribute to longer term complex problems.

    Address: Outpatients Department
    Maudsley Hospital
    Denmark Hill, London, SE5 8AZ

    Category: Adult Mental Health Services (National)

  9. Service for Complex Autism and Associated Neurodevelopmental Disorders (SCAAND)

    SCAAND is a Tier 4 NHS England funded specialist service for children and young people with autism and complex mental health difficulties. SCAAND is a multi-disciplinary service providing assessment and intervention/management of complex neurodevelopmental presentations. The SCAAND service draws on expertise from a number of health disciplines and education.

    Address: Michael Rutter Centre
    Maudsley Hospital
    De Crespigny Park, London, SE5 8AZ

    Category: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (National and Specialist)

  10. Single Point of Access (SPA)

    The Lambeth Single Point of Access (SPA) helps adults aged 18 to 65 years to get the right mental health support first time. People can contact them direct if they are worried about their mental health and need more support than their GP can provide.

    They have a team of mental health professionals, support workers and social workers who can help people access:

    • One of three Living Well Centres. These offer short and longer term support from teams of clinicians, social workers people with lived experience and support workers.
    • If appropriate, a team that can visit you if you require mental health support within 24 hours.
      other services and community groups who can support you.

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  11. Snowsfields Adolescent Unit (Maudsley Hospital)

    Snowsfields Adolescent Unit is an open adolescent unit, offering mental health care for adolescents with serious mental illness who require hospital admission. We have developed a national and international reputation for innovation and pioneered the introduction of a comprehensive, all-hours emergency admission service.

    The majority of the young people we treat are emergency admissions, however planned admissions can also be arranged. Admissions are accepted 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, and can be accepted under the Mental Health Act.

    Around half of the young people admitted to our unit have psychosis. Others have problems relating to their mood, often posing a risk to themselves. We are also able to admit young people with a variety of other psychiatric or neurodevelopmental disorders, or where there is uncertainty about diagnosis.

    As we are an open unit, we are unable to admit young people who pose a level of risk that is not consistent with being cared for in such an environment. This judgement is always based on individual risk assessment rather than applying absolute exclusion criteria, and is reviewed regularly. People requiring care in a more secure setting can be admitted to the unit if the risk has altered.

    We provide a broad range of interventions, which are delivered by a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, teachers, occupational therapists, social workers and other therapists.

    We maintain close links with the person's referring team to ensure they experience a smooth transition back to the community. Day treatment is often used as a step-down service and can sometimes be used to avoid admission altogether.

    Mapother House...

    Address: Mapother House,  Maudsley Hospital,  Denmark Hill, London, , SE5 8AZ

    Category: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (National and Specialist)

  12. Social Inclusion and Recovery Service

    Social Inclusion and Recovery Service (SIRS) provides person-centred support with the aim of enabling people to explore their goals and ambitions, to become more independent, to stay well, and to feel part of their community.

    SIRS can support people to make choices about accessing the support they need now and in the future.

    SIRS offers a 12 week service working with people to assess their needs and develop individually-tailored Support plans. This may include:

    ¥ Support to manage day to day living
    ¥ Advice and support to access/retain employment, voluntary work, training and education
    ¥ Assessment of independent living skills
    ¥ Establishment of routines and social network
    ¥ Development of leisure and creative interests
    ¥ Signposting to a range of community resources
    ¥ Support on being discharged from hospital
    ¥ Help to develop a healthy lifestyle to improve/maintain mental health and wellbeing
    ¥ Advice regarding eligibility to access a 'Personal Budget'
    ¥ Maximisation of Welfare Benefits for those receiving a service from SIRS

    Restrictions due to Covid:

    • Only essential face to face contact
    • Telephone/online assessments being completed
    • Telephone/online intervention support where possible
    • Resources for clients being circulated via email/post
    • SIRS will continue to review the current delivery of its intervention in line with Trust and government COVID-19 guidelines

    Address: 32-34 Watson Street
    Deptford, London, SE8 4AU

  13. South Living Well Centre

    The centres contain teams made up of psychiatrists, therapists, nurses, social workers, voluntary and community workers. These people are experienced in dealing with a wide range of mental health conditions. Some of them will have experienced such conditions themselves.

    Living Well Centres will offer:

    • Short-term support for those with low to moderate needs from our combined team of clinicians, social workers and support workers
    • Moderate to high support from our joined-up, focused support team for those with greater need.

    Address: 332 Brixton Road
    Lambeth, London, SW9 7AA

  14. South London Community Forensic CAMHS

    FCAMHS is a Specialist Forensic Community Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service for young people and their families working with professionals in South London. We provide advice, consultation, assessment and some limited short-term interventions. The service can also provide training for local professionals.

    We are a multi-disciplinary service including Consultant Adolescent Forensic Psychiatrists and Psychologists.

    W e accept r eferrals from:

    • CAMHS Tier 3 and Tier 2 services
    • Local Authorities (Children's Social Care)
    • Youth Offending Teams
    • CAMHS Inpatient Facilities
    • Youth Justice services
    • Education

    If the referrer is not from a local CAMHS team and the referral is accepted for further input after an initial discussion, we usually discuss the referral with the young person's local CAMHS team. This will facilitate a clear joint approach to the referral from relevant mental health providers and, wherever possible, joint assessment and working would be undertaken.

    Other information
    As part of the NHS England evaluation we will be collecting written feedback. We also welcome verbal feedback from professionals and young people.

    Community FCAMHS...

    Address: South London Forensic CAMHS,  Michael Rutter Centre,  Maudsley Hospital, De Crespigny Park,  Denmark Hill,  London, SE5 8AZ

    Category: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (National and Specialist)

  15. Southwark CAMHS Adolescent Service

    The Southwark Adolescent Service is part of Southwark Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). We offer a service to young people between the ages of 12 to 18 years old, who have significant emotional or mental health difficulties. Our service is available to young people that live in the London Borough of Southwark.

    Treatment with us ranges from short to long term, and may involve face to face sessions, and indirect work with the parent, carer or professional from another agency.

    We also provide guidance and consultation to professionals to discuss prospective referrals and other mental health matters.

    We accept referrals from GPs, health professionals, social workers, school staff, the voluntary sector, and self-referrals from families. Young people that are referred to us must be registered with a Southwark GP.

    Our team members
    Our service is made up of a number of professionals from different backgrounds who work together to provide multi-disciplinary care. This may include psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, family therapists and art psychotherapists.

    Southwark Adolescent Service...

    Address: Mapother House
    Maudsley Hospital
    De Crespigny Park, London, SE5 8AZ

    Category: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (Local)

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