Welcome to the Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Helping with emotional wellbeing and mental health
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are an NHS service, that aims to help young people up to the age of 18 who are finding it hard to manage their emotional, psychological and mental health. CAMHS have community teams of staff across the Hampshire area who are able to support young people and families if needed, and there is likely to be a clinic near you.
Watch the virtual tours of some of our locations here.
Hampshire CAMHS referral thresholds can be found here.
To make a referral to Hampshire Specialist CAMHS, please download and complete the following referral form – click here.
Who do we help?
Hampshire CAMHS is an NHS specialist service for young people aged 0-18 years and their families who are experiencing difficulties with their mental and emotional health.
There are a number of different clinical and professional staff who are trained and experienced in working with young people, and their families. Hampshire Specialist CAMHS aim to help a young person build skills of their own and achieving their potential and getting the most out of their life. To find out more check out our ‘About Us‘ section.
Hampshire Specialist CAMHS services are provided by Sussex Partnership. To find out more about the other services that they provide, click here.
How we help
We support the young people we see and families, along with their support network, such as teachers and GP to get the best outcomes possible. The needs for each young person and family may vary, and we may use different ways to help, which you can find out more about in our ‘About Us‘ section. We encourage young people and families to build their own skills and confidence and there is more about this in our ‘Help‘ section.