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Integrated Delivery Team (IDT) Bury North

 What help do you offer?

In the Integrated Delivery Team (IDT) we are responsible for the coordinated delivery of community mental health services in our designated locality. This includes support for working age and older adults, and individuals with a learning disability.

We provide clinical interventions to address complex mental health needs, as well as certain specialist difficulties such as ADHD and autism. We have a range of qualified and experienced clinicians including doctors, nurses, social workers, ​​support workers, psychologists and psychological therapists.

 How do I get help from your service?

Most of our referrals come from GPs, following prescribing and other interventions within their guidance, via the Access and Assessment team. Other professional agencies can also refer you.

We at the IDT provide you a standalone comprehensive assessment from qualified and experienced clinicians, who explore a range of your health and social care needs. Subsequently you could be signposted to universal mainstream resources or else stay within the IDT.

In the IDT we allocate a care coordinator, if clinically appropriate, to arrange your care package and establish a care plan with you. We review and adjust your care plan regularly. This is known as the Care Programme Approach (CPA).

 What hours is your service available?



The IDT links with a number of other Trust service areas, such as the Crisis team and Home Treatment team to provide a 24-hour assessment and intervention service – if clinically required.

 What can I expect from you?

If you are receiving a care package under the Care Programme Approach, you have your care coordinator as your primary link in the IDT, but you may also talk to other clinicians and administrators as part of your care plan. You will know how to get hold of your care coordinator if you need to, including during times of urgency.

You have an arranged schedule of contact. For some people this is intensive, involving face-to-face or telephone contact several times a week. For others this involves a monitoring service with weekly or monthly contact. Some contact occurs individually in a clinic, at your home or in the community. At other times we deliver evidence-based interventions in groups.

 What is the main address of your service?

​Sage Centre
Newmarket Hospital
Exning Road

 How can I contact you?

​Call us on 01638 558650

 What conditions do you treat?

Non-psychotic disorders
Severe depression
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Eating disorders
Psychotic disorders
Bipolar affective disorder
Cognitive impairments
Alzheimer’s disease
Learning disabilities

 What support do you offer carers including friends and family?

We include your friends and family in care planning, with your agreement, and perform carer assessments to reflect their role as significant contributors to the care plan. We encourage your nearest relatives and next of kin to participate in decisions made with you about your care, and invite them to formal reviews as well as supporting the interventions described as part of the Care Programme Approach. ​


​Vanessa Price

 I need help urgently! Who do I call?

​People already being treated by us should call us at the IDT in the first instance, or you may have an agreed plan in place where you have agreed the actions you will take when you are experiencing difficulties​​.