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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
Adult Community Mental Health Service North Norfolk and Norwich
The Adult Community Mental Health Service delivers a secondary care mental health service for adults between the ages of 25 and 75. Our team provides a service for people with severe and enduring mental health problems. It offers a range of specialist, evidence-based treatments and interventions. We have Adult Community Mental Health Service teams across Norfolk. They cover North Norfolk and Norwich City.
Address:Peddars Centre, Hellesdon Hospital, Drayton High Road, Norwich, NR6 5BE
Adult Community Mental Health Service West and South Norfolk
Our Adult Community Mental Health Service in West Norfolk offers treatment for people with mental ill health and associated risks. People who use this service will be living with the following conditions: • Schizophrenia, • Bipolar disorder, • Personality disorder, • Severe depression with other associated symptoms, • Severe obsessive-compulsive disorder, • Other psychological conditions with a significant negative impact on their ability to live normally, • Mental ill health where there is associated risk to themselves or others.
Address:Chatterton House, Goodwins Road, King's Lynn, PE30 5PE
Adult Community Mental Health Services in Great Yarmouth and Waveney
The Adult Community Mental Health Services in Great Yarmouth and Waveney is a health and social care community team providing assessment, treatment and support for people over the age of 25 who are experiencing mental health issues. The Adult Community Mental Health Services in Great Yarmouth and Waveney follows the principles of recovery and social inclusion and works closely with partner agencies both voluntary and statutory. It incorporates the teams formerly known as the Eastern Recovery Team (now Great Yarmouth CMHT) and the Waveney Recovery Team (now Waveney CMHT).
Address:Northgate Hospital, Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1BU Waveney CMHT: Victoria House. 28 Alexandra Road, Lowestoft, NR32 1PH
Adult Learning Disability Community Service in Waveney
The Adult Learning Disability Community Service in Waveney offers specialist interventions to people aged 25 years or over who have a learning disability. The team’s range of professionals can cover physical health, mental health, behaviour, communication, physiotherapy and daily living skills.
Address:Airey Close, Oulton, Lowestoft, NR32 3JQ
Asylum Seekers and Refugees Clinic at the REST hub
These are specialist mental health clinics run monthly by Dr Yasir Hameed (Consultant Psychiatrist) and Dr Hannah Fox (General Practitioner) for patients in Norfolk. The team includes two assistant psychologists from the Research Department, Ms Izobel Clegg and Ms Eirini Charami Roupa. We offer a holistic and culturally-sensitive assessment using interpretation services when required and focus on educating the clients about their condition and how they can manage it. We receive referrals via the Single Point of Access from primary care professionals and other services within Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust to offer a comprehensive assessment considering these patients' complexity, cultural backgrounds and history of trauma. We aspire to work closely with other specialist mental health teams in Norfolk to support our patients by making onward referrals to them for further input and offering advice regarding managing their patients from asylum seekers and refugees backgrounds. We also work closely with other organisations, such as the People from Abroad Team (Norfolk County Council), police, charity organisations and Wellbeing Services. Unfortunately, we don't accept self-referrals, and this service is for patients based in Norfolk only (not in Suffolk). We are working closely with colleagues in Suffolk to start a similar pathway. We accept referrals for all age groups.
Address:REST hub, Churchman House, 71 Bethel St, Norwich, NR2 1NR
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
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Learning Disability Community Service in East and West Suffolk
The CAMHS Learning Disability Community Service in East and West Suffolk is a community-based specialist mental health service for children and young people who have a learning disability and are under 18 years old.
Address:2nd floor, Mariner House, 43 Handford Road, Ipswich, IP1 2GA
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) - Norfolk
Our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) provide care pathways for children and young people in Norfolk with moderate to severe mental health difficulties. This is for children 14 years of age and under. CAMHS provide a range of therapeutic interventions. This includes art therapy, systemic family therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and play therapy. The service hosts a Looked After Children's team and a neurodevelopmental pathway for those with complex developmental disorders.
Address:Resource Centre, Northgate Hospital, Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1BU Thurlow House, Goodwins Road, King’s Lynn, PE30 5PD Mary Chapman House, Hotblack Road, Norwich, NR2 4HN
Child and Family Service, East Suffolk
The Child and Family service in East Suffolk is a secondary mental health service. The team supports children (0 to 14 years of age) and their families in East Suffolk. This is where the child has a significant drop in their functioning and where there is evidence of a mental health issue.
Address:Bungalow 6, Walker Close, Ipswich, IP3 8LY
Children Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) East and West Suffolk
Our Suffolk county-wide Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) service offers specialist assessments. The team also offers diagnosis and treatment for symptoms of ADHD in children and young people where appropriate. Our aim is to get to the root of the young person’s difficulties. We then help resolve them with appropriate evidence based ethical treatment and intervention.
Address:Bungalow 6, Walker Close, Ipswich, IP3 8LY G Block, Hospital Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3NR
Community Memory Assessment Service in East Suffolk
Many people experience problems with declining memory. The effects will vary from person to person and may occur for different reasons. The Community Memory Assessment Service (CMAS) is for people of any age who live in East Suffolk and have been referred by their GP due to concerns about their memory. The primary aim is to confirm or exclude a diagnosis of dementia.
Address:Mariner House, Handford Road, Ipswich, IP1 2GA
Compass – Compass Schools
The Compass Schools are a specialist education provision based across Norfolk, offering an individualised therapeutic package.
Address:Compass, Unit 5A, Octagon Business Park, Hospital Road, Little Plumstead, Norwich, NR13 5FH
Connect Service Suffolk
The Connect Service in Suffolk provides specialist psychotherapy services for young people up to the age of 18 in Suffolk. The service is for young people who are adopted, looked after or in Special Guardianship, Child Arrangement or Kinship Care arrangements. The service also supports carers and families.
Address:Children's Treatment Centre, Bungalow 6, Walker Close, Ipswich, IP3 8LY
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
Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team – Central Norfolk
Our Central Norfolk Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHT) provide support for adults. People who use this service are from the North Norfolk, South Norfolk and Norwich areas. They will be experiencing a mental health crisis. This service also works with other service providers to support young people outside normal office hours.
Address:The Weavers Centre, Hellesdon Hospital, Norwich, NR6 5BE
Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team – Great Yarmouth
Our Great Yarmouth Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHT) provides support for people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.
Address:Great Yarmouth and Waveney Acute Services, Northgate Hospital, Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1BU
Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team – West Norfolk
Our West Norfolk Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHT) provide support for people who are experiencing a mental health crisis.
Address:Chatterton House, Goodwins Road, King's Lynn, PE30 5PD
Dementia and Intensive Support Team (DIST) in Great Yarmouth and Waveney
DIST in Great Yarmouth and Waveney is a team of health professionals experienced in assessments and interventions for adults with age-related needs. Whilst this is generally for people over 65 years of age this service is for anyone living with a diagnosis of dementia.
Address:Carlton Court Hospital, St Peters Road, Carlton Colville, Lowestoft, NR33 8AG
Dementia Intensive Support Team - East (DISTE) in Suffolk
DISTE is a specialist dementia service in east Suffolk. The service works with people with dementia (or suspected dementia) and their families in the event of a dementia related crisis, to avoid acute hospital admission. Such a crisis may involve either a recent change in behaviour that is cause for concern, or carers needing more support to manage their caring role to prevent care breakdown. Either situation may otherwise result in an unnecessary hospital admission.
Address:Jackson House, 86 Sandy Lane, Ipswich, IP3 0NA