Services by A-Z

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
  • Baby clinics

    The baby clinics below are offered by the health visiting service.
  • Barnet adolescent service

    The team offer an assessment of children and young people’s mental health, behavioural and emotional well-being needs.
  • Barnet Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team

    Barnet Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment (CRHTT) offers short term intensive home treatment for people in mental health crisis who may otherwise need to be admitted to hospital.
  • Barnet East locality team

    Our service is for adults who are aged 18-65 and experiencing a range of mental health difficulties and who may also have complex needs that would be best met by secondary mental health services.
  • Barnet Hospital liaison team at Barnet Hospital A&E

    We support the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department at Barnet Hospital and work with patients suspected of having a mental health problem.
  • Barnet Intensive Enablement Team

    The Barnet Intensive Enablement Team (IET) provides community-based rehabilitation treatment and support for adults with moderate to severe mental health difficulties
  • Barnet Intensive enablement team

    We work with the local authority to provide intensive mental health care in peoples homes.
  • Barnet link working team

    This service is for working aged adults (18 – 65 years old) living in Barnet, who are experiencing difficulties with their emotional and mental health. If you would like a referral please discuss this with your GP. Services are provided within GP surgeries.
  • Barnet North locality team

    Our service is for adults who are aged 18-65 and experiencing a range of mental health difficulties and who may also have complex needs that would be best met by secondary mental health services.
  • Barnet Older Adults Day Care Services

    This service is provided at Springwell Day Hospital in Barnet
  • Barnet Older Peoples Community Mental Health Team (CMHT)

    We offer a service to people 65 years + who present with mental health problems and who are residents in the London Borough of Barnet. We also accept referrals for younger people if a neurological assessment identifies a cognitive impairment or dementia.
  • Barnet Personality Disorder Team

    Barnet Personality Disorder Team is a dedicated non-forensic service for people with severe and moderate personality disorder.
  • Barnet primary care link working team

    We provide support to understand what services are available in Barnet to help improve an individual’s emotional health and wellbeing.
  • Barnet Psychology Hub

    We provide psychological assessment and treatment for people who need help with a range of mental health problems including depression and anxiety, psychosis, personality disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Barnet schools project

    We offer support to children and adolescents experiencing difficulties in school settings.
  • Barnet South locality team

    Our service is for adults who are aged 18-65 and experiencing a range of mental health difficulties and who may also have complex needs that would be best met by secondary mental health services.
  • Barnet Wellbeing service

    Our service is for adults aged 18-65 experiencing a range of mental health difficulties.
  • Barnet West locality team

    Our service is for adults who are aged 18-65 and experiencing a range of mental health difficulties and who may also have complex needs that would be best met by secondary mental health services.
  • Beacon Centre

    The Beacon Centre is a 13-bed specialist acute mental health facility which provides assessment and treatment services for young people.
  • Bed management

    We provide a 24-hour bed management service for adults who require admission to our acute wards in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey. The team also sources specialist beds, to include tier 4 beds for young people(CAMHs), mother & baby unit (MBU), learning disability and PICU.
  • Bone health

    The bone health and prevention of fracture service identifies and assess elderly people in their own homes and provide information and advice where required.