Children and Young People's Mental Health and Neurodiversity Services
The Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Neuro Diversity Services offer a range of services to support children, young people and their families.
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The Children and Young People’s Mental Health (commonly known as CAMHS) and Neuro Diversity Services (Learning Disability, ADHD and Autism) offer:
- Specialist assessment
- Diagnostic assessments for Autism and ADHD
- Consultation/advice to professionals working with a young person they are worried about
- Individual and family evidence based interventions
Hull and East Riding Children's Neurodiversity Service (humber.nhs.uk)
Find out more about our services by clicking on the links below:
Children's Learning Disability Teams
Hull and East Riding Children's Neurodiversity Service - Front Door
Inspire - CAMHS Inpatient Unit
PSYPHER - Psychosis Service for People in Hull and East Riding
Humber and North Yorkshire Keyworker Service
How to access services
Telephone referrals from parents/families and young people aged 16-18 years are accepted. There is also an on-line referral form for professionals. If a young person is not currently registered with a GP you can telephone either Contact Point who will be able to advise you.
Both Contact Point teams can be contacted between 9am and 5pm weekdays excluding bank holidays.
Hull Contact Point tel: 01482 303688
East Riding Contact Point tel: 01482 303810
Please click here for the direct link to the on-line referral form page.
Please click here to visit the dedicated Hull & East Riding Children’s Neurodiversity service page
Humber Young Peoples Urgent Mental Health 24/7 Helpline
Access the 24/7 Helpline by calling 01482 301701 option 2 or alternatively 01482 259400.
This helpline offers mental health support and advice for young people up to the age of 18 years in urgent need of help. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The service is also available for family members, carers and professionals who are concerned about a young person.
You will speak to Call Handlers who are experienced in talking to young people and adults in distress and provide guidance to help you manage the situation and your feelings. They have information on all the health, social and voluntary services available to support you. They will refer to these services or make an appointment if this is needed. They may also decide you need a crisis response from our CAMHS Crisis Team. If this is the case the CAMHS Crisis Team will contact you to agree what support you need which could include a visit to your home from one of our CAMHS Crisis Clinicians.