Coronavirus is a constantly changing picture affecting health services. We are reducing our face-to-face contacts with patients following NHS policy. This information is correct as of 13th October 2020.
Please do not arrive for an appointment with our service until you have spoken to a clinician first. We will continue to offer support to families by telephone and video sessions wherever possible. Please call us if you have a question relating to your next appointment.
We will update this information regularly. Please also see our events page for any cancellations. Thank you.
All services are operating a duty system and you are able to contact a professional within working hours (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm). Please see list of contact numbers below.
There is also a crisis line open 24/7 available to young people, families and professionals and you can speak with a mental health professional anytime about your concerns: 020 8432 8020
Routine referrals are open for all CAMHS services.
All appointments are conducted over the phone or via screens except for the Quick Steps service, which are offering face to face appointments. Some under 5’s work is being offered face to face where necessary.
First Steps are accepting referrals from professionals as normal. Referral forms must be fully completed. In this period we are not able to take any self-referrals.
For referrals email huh-tr.FirstSteps@nhs.net
Contact Number 02070147135 where a duty system is running daily from Hackney Ark 9-5pm. For crisis families can call 02084328020
All services are running including ASD assessments and treatments, however early intervention and parent support groups are online including ASD coffee mornings. We are working via the telephone and though screens with face to face appointments offered when necessary.
We are accepting all referrals for children with moderate to profound disabilities as per our usual service criteria, including self referrals.
For CAMHS Disability referrals email email@example.com
Contact Number 02070147071 where a duty system is running daily from Hackney Ark 9-5pm. For crisis families can call 02084328020
Most of our appointments are delivered via video and telephone calls. Face to face appointments at our Homerton Row building are being offered to those who clinically need them most.
Find out more about the changes we have currently made to our service to reduce the risk of infection during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in our leaflet.
ThinkNinja is an app which has been updated with specific COVID-19 support, and brings self-help skills to young people (10-18 years old) who may be experiencing increased anxiety and stress during this time.
BBC Bitesize self-help guide for parents supporting children’s anxiety due to Covid-19. BBC’s Bitesize in conjunction with the Anna Freud Centre have devised helpful step-by-step advice about how to support children who are feeling anxious during the pandemic.
Hackney Local Offer is hosting lots of information, resources, support and advice related to Covid-19 and self-isolation for parents of children with SEN, from some of the services in Hackney.