Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Team - Haringey

We provide intensive care and support in their homes who may be having a mental health crisis.

Contact details

Lea Unit
St Ann's Hospital
St Ann's Road, Tottenham
Haringey, N15 3TH

Tel: 020 8702 6700

Team Manager: Charlene Hales
Deputy Team Managers: MarkoDonatiello and Monika Aykac

Haringey GP Advice Line
For GPs to be put in touch with the Consultant responsible for a patient currently receiving Trust care. Tel: 020 8702 3620

Who we are

We are a team of mental health professionals providing intensive care and support in patients homes as an alternative to acute inpatient admission.

What we offer

The team will carry out an assessment and wherever appropriate will provide intensive support for a limited period within the service users home. They will work closely with care-coordinators to ensure that care is offered within the least restrictive environment. 

If the clinical risks indicate that admission is required then home treatment teams are the gatekeepers of the inpatient beds and will arrange an admission within either one of the assessment wards or in the case of service users well known to services who already have a clear treatment plan, one of the acute wards.

Who is the service for

People in acute mental health crisis living in Haringey aged 16 and over.

How you can access our service

The service accepts referrals from the community teams, from the primary care mental health teams.

Patients can self-refer to the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team (CRHT) by calling 020 8702 6700. If you are a patient who needs urgent care you should contact your care co-ordinator first between 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday. Outside of these hours please call the CRHT team on the number above.

The CRHT service provides an urgent outreach service, and assessment 24 hours a day, seven days a week, wherever people are at the point of referral e.g. GP surgery, A&E, or in their own homes.

  • Summary:
    We provide intensive care and support in their homes who may be having a mental health crisis.
  • Audience:
  • Condition:
    • Addictions
    • Anxiety
    • Bi-polar Disorder
    • Dementia
    • Depression
    • Panic
    • Personality Disorder
    • Psychosis
    • Psychotic Depression
    • Schizophrenia
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  • Service category:
    Mental Health Services