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Integrated Mental Health and Justice Pathway

  • The Integrated Mental Health and Justice Pathway offers a range of services across Norfolk and Suffolk at all stages of the Criminal Justice System. The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has a Liaison and Diversion Service providing interventions for people through police custody and court.

  • Service Manager Lead: Emma Lewis
  • Service Contact: Telephone number (general): 01603 707500 Telephone number: 07584 142097
  • Address:
    Hellesdon Hospital,  Drayton High Rd, Norwich, NR6 5BE

What this service offers

The Liaison & Diversion Service works with those aged 10 and above in line with the age of criminal responsibility. The prison services work with those aged 18 years and over. 

The Integrated Mental Health and Justice Pathway service provides a Wellbeing (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies - IAPT) Service in all 3 prisons in Norfolk (HMPs Wayland, Bure and Norwich).  HMP Norwich also has the Mental Wellbeing Support Team, which delivers combined Wellbeing and Mental Health services. 

See the separate service pages for this information: 

Liaison and Diversion Service (L&D) 

Prison Wellbeing (IAPT) Service

Mental Wellbeing Support Team (HMP Norwich)

Access this service

An individual can be referred to the service from a variety of sources. More information is available on the separate service pages. 

How this service support carers including friends and family

The service encourages engagement with carers and are in regular contact to update on progress and share information. The team provides an information pack for family and carers if required. 

Urgent help

If you are a service user and are in crisis and need support urgently you can contact your service on the number which will have been provided.  

Call 111 and select option 2 to speak to our 24 hour mental health crisis line.

If you are with someone who has attempted suicide, call 999 and stay with them until the ambulance arrives. 

If anyone is at serious risk of harm, call 999 and ask for the police. 

For non-life threatening medical situations, call NHS111 on 111.  

For more information, see Help in a Crisis

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