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  1. Abbeygate Ward

    Abbeygate Ward, based at Wedgwood House in West Suffolk, is an assessment and treatment inpatient ward. Abbeygate Ward looks after older people in West Suffolk who have a physical health need and a mental health need. Some of the inpatient beds on Abbeygate Ward are for the care of people with dementia.

    Address:

    Abbeygate Ward,  Wedgwood House,  West Suffolk Hospital,  Hardwick Lane, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 2QZ

  2. Access and Assessment Service Great Yarmouth and Waveney

    Our Access and Assessment Team in Great Yarmouth and Waveney offers screenings and assessments. This service is for people aged 26 and above who have a severe and enduring mental illness. The team signpost referrals to specialist service lines within our Trust.

    Address:

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

  3. Access and Assessment Service Suffolk

    Our Access and Assessment Service in Suffolk makes it easier to get the right mental health service as quickly as possible. This service is for individuals over the age of 25 in Suffolk. They must have a GP. The team provides advice and assessment on all mental health conditions. The Access and Assessment Service in Suffolk does not provide long-term treatment. It makes referrals to other mental health teams following assessment, if needed.

    Address:

    Mariner House,  Handford Road, Ipswich, IP1 2GA

  4. Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Service

    The Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Service provides diagnostic assessment and ongoing medical management of ADHD. This is for people over the age of 18 who are living in the Norfolk and Waveney area.

    Address:

    80 St Stephen's Road, Norwich, NR1 3RE

  5. Adult Community Mental Health Recovery Service

    Our Adult Community Mental Health Recovery Service provides a recovery-focused community mental health service. The service has a team in Lowestoft that supports residents with complex mental health needs in Waveney. There is also a base in Great Yarmouth to support those living in the Great Yarmouth area. 

    Address:

    Victoria House,  Alexandra Road, Lowestoft, NR32 1PH

  6. Adult Learning Disability Inpatient Service Suffolk

    Our Adult Learning Disability Inpatient Service Suffolk is based at Walker Close. We offer an inpatient assessment and treatment for adults with a learning disability.

    Address:

    3 and 4 Walker Close, Ipswich, IP3 8LY

  7. Autism Diagnostic Service Suffolk

    Our Autism Diagnostic Service provides assessments to identify if a person has autism or not. We have a youth team who provide assessments for young people between the ages of 11 and 18. We have an adult team who provide assessments for those aged 18 and over. If we diagnose somebody with autism, we offer advice and short term limited support to help them, and their family, to understand their diagnosis. Our team will explore ways that might help manage difficulties or challenges faced at home, work or in education.

    Address:

    Haymills House,  Station Road East, Stowmarket, IP14 1RQ

  8. Bury North Youth

    We are a secondary mental health service offering support to 14 to 25-year olds in central Suffolk. This service engages with clients and their families. Our Staff conduct specialist assessments and plan packages of care. Young people present to this service with emotional difficulties. These difficulties relate to factors such as family systems, school, peer group, society factors. These issues may go on to impact on their mental health in a more significant way. Sometimes they go on to present symptoms of anxiety and depression. Sometimes young people come to us with more serious mental illness such as Bipolar Disorder or with psychotic symptoms.

    Address:

    Newmarket Hospital,  Exning Road, Newmarket, CB8 7JG

  9. Bury South Youth

    Bury South Youth are a secondary mental health service offering support to 14 to 25-year olds in central Suffolk. This service engages with clients and their families. Our Staff conduct specialist assessments and plan packages of care. Young people present to this service with emotional difficulties. These difficulties relate to factors such as family systems, school, peer group, society factors. These issues may go on to impact on their mental health in a more significant way. Sometimes they go on to present symptoms of anxiety and depression. Sometimes young people come to us with more serious mental illness such as Bipolar Disorder or with psychotic symptoms.

    Address:

    G Block,  Hospital Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3NR

  10. Community Memory Assessment Service in East Suffolk

    Our Community Memory Assessment Service is available to adults in the East Suffolk area. It is a diagnostic service with a primary aim of confirming or excluding a diagnosis of dementia. The team may diagnose Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Our Community Memory Assessment service offers help with the following: Holistic memory assessment, Signposting to other support services, Diagnosis or non-diagnosis of dementia, Some post diagnostic psychosocial interventions.

    Address:

    Mariner House,  Handford Road, Ipswich, IP1 2GA

  11. Crisis Assessment and Intensive Support Team (CAIST) under 18

    Our Crisis Assessment and Intensive Support Team (CAIST) provides intensive support to young people in the community who are open to our core services. CAIST carries out emergency assessments for those who attend Accident and Emergency departments in Norfolk under the age of 18 years.

    Address:

    CAIST - West,  Thurlow House,  Goodwins Road, King's Lynn, PE30 5PD

  12. Great Yarmouth and Waveney Older People's Community Service

    The Great Yarmouth and Waveney Older People's Community Service offer assessment and support in the community to adults experiencing memory issues and to older adults with a history of severe mental health problems combined with complex physical health frailties.

    Address:

    The Willows Centre,  Northgate Hospital, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1BU

  13. Intensive Older People's Service (IOPS) Central Norfolk

    The Intensive Older People's Service (IOPS) Central Norfolk team offers assessments and interventions for adults with age related needs. This service is not only for people over the age of 75. It is for people living with acute, severe and enduring mental health problems. This includes anxiety, depression, psychosis, confusion, dementia (any age) and related behavioural problems.

    Address:

    St Andrew's Lodge,  The Julian Hospital,  Bowthorpe Road, Norwich, NR2 3TD

  14. Ipswich Youth

    Ipswich Youth are a secondary mental health service offering support to 14 to 25-year olds in East Suffolk. This service engages with clients and their families. Our Staff conduct specialist assessments and plan packages of care to support young people who are presenting with, or are requiring assessment of the following: Anxiety, Depression, Obsession and / or compulsive disorder, Psychosis, Eating Disorders, Deliberate self-harm, Phobias, Neurodevelopment disorders (e.g. AD(H)D), Somatic disorders, Adjustment disorder, Other critical physical illness or developmental disorders where there is a co-morbid mental health disorder. Sometimes young people come to us with more serious mental illness such as Bipolar Disorder or with psychotic symptoms.

    Address:

    Mariner House,  43 Handford Road, Ipswich, IP1 2GA

  15. Laurel Ward

    Laurel Ward in Lowestoft offers ongoing assessment and stabilisation of dementia care needs for people over 65 years in the Great Yarmouth and Waveney area.  The team works closely with the individual and their family or carers to develop a person-centred care plan to meet the person's needs.

    Address:

    Carlton Court,  St Peter's Road,  Carlton Colville, Lowestoft, NR33 8AG

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