Temporary arrangements during Covid-19 Pandemic

During this time when we are all trying to cope with the impact of COVID 19.  The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) and the Children’s Early Intervention Service (CEIS) will be continuing to offer services. With Social Distancing advice, this will be offered in a different way.  We will continue to offer initial Choice assessment appointments and intervention via telephone or video sessions where possible.  Face to face appointments will continue to take place if this is necessary following a risk assessment and COVID-19 screening questionnaire.  Our Crisis and Eating Disorder Service’s continue to operate as normal, with the exception of assessments and reviews being facilitated by telephone where this is possible.

Families and Young people can continue to access our service through the usual referral pathway (G.P, Social Worker, other healthcare professional etc.).

We appreciate and thank everyone for the support that we continue to receive at this difficult time, and commit to resuming our service when we are advised it is safe to do so.

This information is subject to change and will be reviewed and updated accordingly.

Useful CAMHS Resources

General Support

We appreciate that this is challenging time for all our children, young people, parents and carers. We hope that this content will provide useful information to support you during this period of social distancing.

Anxiety and Stress Resources

Anxiety and Stress
(Shared with the kind permission of the Southern Health and Social Care Trust)

Covid-19 Resources


General Service Information

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) and Children’s Early Intervention Service (CEIS) offers support and advice to children and young people with mental health concerns. We are an integrated, specialist, community-based and multi-disciplinary service staffed by trained professionals who  have expertise in working with children, young people and their families with a range of difficulties.

We provide a variety of interventions which may include;

  • Assessment
  • Individual work with young people
  • Family based work
  • Parenting groups
  • Group work with young people
  • Specialist psychological therapies
  • Family therapy
  • Psychotherapy

The service also includes Specialist CAMHS Eating Disorder Team (EDT)-based in Antrim- but providing intervention to young people and families for the whole trust.

We also have a Drug and Alcohol Misuse Team (DAMS) and a Crisis Team that provide intervention on a Trust wide basis.

Clinics are usually 9 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday.

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