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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

E-mail
Pennine.ED@nhs.net
Website
healthyyoungmindspennine.nhs.uk/eatingdisorders/#how
Twitter
https://twitter.com/HealthyYM
Related Organisation
Healthy Young Minds Trafford (previously CAMHS)

Who is it for?

Ages
16-18
Supporting People With
Mental health conditions

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Yes
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 Pennine.ED@nhs.net

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
n/a

Healthy Young Minds Trafford (previously CAMHS)

Open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm (excluding bank holidays)
Oriel CourtTatton RoadSaleTraffordGreater ManchesterM33 7DF
0161 716 4747

Healthy Young Minds Trafford (previously CAMHS)

We are a free NHS multidisciplinary service for young people up to the age of 18 years old who may be suffering from a range of difficulties such as depression, anxiety and eating disorders amongst many others. 

Healthy Young Minds (HYM) Trafford  offer a range of assessment and treatment options for children and young people experiencing mental health difficulties. Although we are based at Oriel Court in Sale, children, young people and families are seen in local community settings such as local clinics, health centres and schools. 

The HYM team comprises child psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, specialist nurses and other specialist therapists. Children and young people experiencing a range of mental health disorders will be assessed by a member of the team and, together with family and carers, a treatment care plan will be agreed. 

Find out more on our dedicated HYM website and follow us on Twitter.

Website: www.healthyyoungmindspennine.nhs.uk

Twitter: twitter.com/HealthyYM

 

Who to contact

Telephone
0161 716 4747
Website
healthyyoungmindspennine.nhs.uk/
Twitter
https://twitter.com/HealthyYM

Where to go

Name of Venue
1
Venue Address
Oriel Court
Tatton Road
Sale
Trafford
Greater Manchester
Postcode
M33 7DF
Venue Notes

Parking information

The car park entrance is on Claremont Road, Sale, M33 7LN. There are a small number of clearly marked (CAMHS) parking spaces for young people and their families to use. The car park is used by other businesses so please park in the CAMHS designated bays.

Public transport

Oriel Court is easily accessible by public transport. It is close to Sale metrolink station and a number of bus routes.

You can plan your journey here http://www.tfgm.com/journey_planning/Pages/default.aspx

When is it on?

Days & Times
Open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm (excluding bank holidays)

Who is it for?

Ages
0 to 18 years
Supporting People With
Mental health conditions

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Yes
Referral Details

Referral Form

We accept written referrals from health and social care professionals. A referral to the HYM team can be made in writing by a health professional such as a general practitioner (GP) or school nurse or through social services. Referrals can be made in writing by post or by fax.

We do not currently accept self referrals or referrals from parents and schools. There is an out-of-hours emergency referral via Urgent Care Centre at Trafford General.

Cost Information
Free

How accessible is this service?

Facilities
Wheelchair Access
Accessible Toilet
Interpretation available
Parking
Further Details

If you have any queries regarding accessibility please give us a call to discuss on 0161 716 4747.

Complex and Additional Needs (CAN) Social Care Team

1st FloorWaterside PlazaSaleManchesterM33 7ZF
0161 912 2060

Complex and Additional Needs (CAN) Social Care Team

The CAN Social Care team carry out child and family assessments to identify unmet social care needs and work to determine if these needs can be met through the family, specialist support or universal services.

The Social Care Team have a statutory obligation to safeguard children and young people with complex and additional needs and provide a duty of care to children and their families.

If a child or young person is eligible for support from the team, following assessment, they will be awarded a personal budget which can be developed in accordance with individual need such as the employment of a PA to develop socialisation opportunities for the child. Social workers will then continue to support the family if there are needs that require the intervention of a social worker.

The team also hosts the Home from Home Short Break Scheme, Family Support Workers and a Senior Family Support Worker whose role is to review personal budgets with families in line with the personalisation policy.

The Team are co-located at Sale Waterside alongside:

  • Community Paediatricians
  • Speech and Language Therapists
  • Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists
  • Community Learning Disability Nursing Team
  • Trafford Early Development Service
  • Neuro-Developmental Pathway
  • Orthopy
  • SENAS
  • Trafford Sensory Impairment Service

The Social Care Team  work closely with these other professionals to ensure positive outcomes for the child and to ensure the voice of the child is considered at all times.

Who to contact

Telephone
0161 912 2060
E-mail
CANTeam@trafford.gov.uk

Where to go

Name of Venue
Sale Waterside
Venue Address
1st Floor
Waterside Plaza
Sale
Manchester
Postcode
M33 7ZF

Who is it for?

Ages
From 0 to 25 years
Supporting People With
Learning disability
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum
Communication impairment
Physical impairment
Challenging Behaviour
Profound or Multiple Needs

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Yes
Referral Details
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