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Youth CFYP Norfolk and Waveney

​We aim to be youth-friendly and accessible, working in partnership with third sector agencies and involving you as a service user in the development of our service. 

We may offer you an initial telephone triage with a mental health practitioner to help us get more information, some of which we understand is sensitive. This is to make sure you're offered an initial assessment by the most appropriate professional in our team or a partner agency.  

Following your assessment, the clinician discusses alternative treatment options with you. 

In the team we have psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, assistant practitioners and community support workers. The team offers one-to-one and group interventions. We don't always offer diagnosis or medication, but our work is centered around what you perceive to be the problem as an individual. 

The frequency of your visits depends on your needs and on your discussion with us. We always endeavor to respect individuality and any care package we offer is designed in conjunction with you to enable you to achieve an optimum level of emotional and mental wellbeing.


 What conditions does the service treat?

​Moderate to severe depression

Mood disorders

Anxiety disorders

Post-traumatic stress disorder

Personality disorders

Psychotic disorders


 What support do you offer carers, family and friends?

​We aim to involve carers in the assessment and care planning, with your agreement, to discuss issues they may be concerned about. We give information on carer support groups to carers so they can meet with other carers for support and advice. 

For individuals who have taken on a full-time carer role, or are struggling to balance their caring duties with day-to-day life, we carry out a carer's assessment. 


 What age range does this service treat?

​14 – 25 years


 Service contact information

Name of Operational ManagerDeborah Murrell
Service administrative address

West Norfolk

Thurlow House, Goodwins Road, Kings' Lynn PE30 5PD

01553 609933

Name of Operational Manager Fiona Samson
 

East Norfolk, Great Yarmouth and Waveney

Cranbrook Centre, Northgate Hospital, Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth NR30 1BU

01493 337601

Name of Operational ManagerSydney Marrima
 

Central Norfolk

80 St Stephen's Road, Norwich NR1 3RE

0330 058 1840

Office hours
Mon-Fri 9-5

Telephone number (urgent)

If there is an emergency, call 999 for an ambulance or call / attend your accident and emergency or GP for an urgent assessment.

 Referral information for the public

How can people get referred to this service?

We accept referrals from GPs, schools, health visitors, self-referrals and all agencies involved with young people and their families 

What to expect when referred
Routine referrals will be offered an assessment within 28 days of referral.

 Information about clinics

Clinic details
Name of clinic80 St Stephens
Who clinic is forYoung people wishing to access Youth
Address where clinic held80 St Stephens, Norwich NR1 3RE
Parking (eg availability, cost)None
Accessibility informationClinic rooms available on the ground floor

 

Clinic details
Name of clinicSilverwood Child & Family Centre
Who clinic is forYoung people wishing to access Youth
Address where clinic heldSilverwood Child & Family Centre, Northgate Hospital, Great Yarmouth NR30 1BE
Parking (eg availability, cost)Free parking available on site
Accessibility informationClinic rooms available on the ground floor

 

Clinic details
Name of clinicThurlow House
Who clinic is forYoung people wishing to access Youth
Address where clinic heldThurlow House, Goodwins Road, King's Lynn PE30 5PD
Parking (eg availability, cost)Free parking available on site
Accessibility informationClinic rooms available on the ground floor

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