New BEHCAMHS website

BEHCAMHS website

We have a  BEHCAMHS website for everyone who wants to find out more about our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).  It includes information about accessing the service, different mental health conditions as well as links to other useful websites. You can visit the site here. 

 

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Find out more about our services 

We provide mental health services to people living in the London boroughs of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey, and a range of more specialist mental health services nationally.  We also provide the full range of child and adult community health services in Enfield.

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What we do

Find out more about the different services we have for both mental health in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey and community services in Enfield.

 

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Work with Us

Our staff work hard to provide the best possible patient care.  If you feel you have what we are looking for and want to be part of a team that values your personal and professional development and contributions, join us.  Read more

BEHCAMHS website

We have a BEHCAMHS website for everyone who wants to find out more about our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

You can visit the site here.
  We would love to hear your feedback about the website so send your comments to communications@beh-mht.nhs.uk.

 

 

Contact Us

There are lots of ways you can get in touch with us

We provide integrated mental health and community health services for people of all ages across Barnet, Enfield, Haringey and beyond. We provide community health services for adults and children in Enfield. Find out more about our services and how we can help you on your road to recovery in our Enablement programme.  Read our annual report, quality accountoperational plan watch our Trust video, meet the senior team and learn about our vision, values and objectives and discover our research and development projects.

 You can also find us on facebook, tweet us @behmhtnhs or watch our YouTube channel

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Copies are now available!

This issue includes articles on:

  • The recovery of a young man affected by panic attacks, anxiety and depression
  • Louis Theroux filming his Talking to Anorexia series at St Ann’s
  • Black History Month
  • Our community matron service
  • Our former Trust Chair Michael Fox and new Chief Executive Jinjer Kandola.

Click here to grab your copy

  

Latest news

  • Work starts on the redevelopment of St Ann's Hospital in Haringey

    Construction of the new mental health building will commence in early 2019, with completion by autumn 2020. This is very exciting news for the Trust, its patients and staff. It means that the current wards at St Ann’s Hospital will be replaced by brand new, state-of-the-art facilities, which will be amongst the best in the country, as shown in the images below. From early December 2018, the north east corner of the site, where the new mental health inpatient building will be built, will be hoarded off, which will mean that some of the site road layouts are changed. Signage around the site will ensure that patients, visitors and staff can still find their way around.

  • Trust matters is now available for download

    Copies are now available! The communication team hopes that all staff and service users will find something of interest. This issue includes articles on: The recovery of a young man affected by panic attacks, anxiety and depression Louis Theroux filming his Talking to Anorexia series at St Ann’s Black History Month Our community matron service Our former Trust Chair Michael Fox and new Chief Executive Jinjer Kandola. Click here to grab your copy If you have an idea for something – or someone – we can cover in the next issue please email us at beh-tr.communications@nhs.net​

  • Online auction of signed Tottenham and Chelsea shirts is underway

    A Tottenham shirt and Chelsea shirt each signed by each team’s stars is up for grabs on eBay – with the money raised going to a local club for people with dementia. Tottenham Hotspur FC and Chelsea FC donated shirts signed by their squads to honour the memory of Tom Harmer, who played for both clubs. He died of vascular dementia a decade ago and a collection at his funeral raised money to establish Tom’s Club, a support and activity group for people in Haringey living with dementia and their families.

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