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Eating Disorders Service

This Community Eating Disorders Service (CEDS) is part of Pennine Care’s Healthy Young Minds Service (formerly Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service - CAMHS). It provides dedicated care and support to children and young people with an eating disorder.  It also offers advice and support to families, carers and those who work with, or care for, a child or young person. 

The hub is based in Stockport and will offer drop-in support sessions, as well as appointments. To ensure people don’t always have to travel to the hub, a number of ‘spoke clinics’ will also be offered across each borough.

The new service will offer the following benefits:

• Early identification and support
• Intensive community-based treatment
• Co-management of inpatient admissions (working with hospital-based CAMHS staff)

Who to contact

Related Organisation
Healthy Young Minds Trafford (previously CAMHS)

Who is it for?

Supporting People With
Mental health conditions

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Referral Details

If you are aged 16 to 18 years old and have an eating disorder, you can refer yourself to the new service.  If you prefer, you can ask someone you trust to make the referral for you.   

Simply complete the referral (located on the website) and email it to

Please note, if you are a professional, or someone who cares for or works with a young person, you must get permission from the young person before referring them.

If you are under 16 years old, at the moment you will need to be referred to your borough's Healthy Young Minds Service (formerly CAMHS). Only a professional can refer to this service, so please speak to your GP (family doctor) or another professional.

Cost Information
Last updated date:
23 February 2017


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