Newham Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Newham CAMHS is a multi-agency specialist mental health service for children and young people with complex, severe or persistent emotional, behavioral or developmental problems. We accept referrals from birth to their 18th birthday.
- Specialist multi-disciplinary clinics for adolescents, early childhood, learning disabilities / autistic spectrum disorder, children with severe conduct disorder, ADHD sufferers, therapies, counselling, medication.
- Multi-disciplinary assessment of all new referrals
- Emergency assessment of children and adolescents experiencing a severe mental health episode
- A rapid response service to the pediatric ward at Newham University Hospital to assess young people who have self-harmed.
York House, 411 Barking Road,
- Bipolar Disorder
- Eating Disorders
Referrals to CAMHS can be made by contacting your GP, teacher, or other health professionals who can make a referral on your behalf if you are over 16 or with the consent of an adult you trust.
By contacting your GP or other professional to make the referral they will be able to collect all the details required on your behalf to make sure that the CAMHS team can get you help as quickly as possible.
Welcome to Newham CAMHS
To learn more about our service, take a look at the video produced below.
We are keen to provide information in a wider variety of ways such as this video on breathing meditation.
Mindfulness for Beginners
This 'mindfulness for beginners' video is another example of the service using different methods of communication for service users.