How to get in touch
There are several ways in which you can contact us depending on the information you need. Please take a look through the options below.
Please note in cases of clinical urgency (for example acute suicidal ideation, severe depression and acute eating disorders) DO NOT contact us directly, instead contact the young person's GP or local A&E department who will liaise with us as required.
If you want to contact us to ask for general information that is not currently available on the website you can email us at: email@example.com.
Important note for anyone who is contacting us by email
Please note that due to issues relating to spam emails we can no longer respond to emails that have been sent from ‘free’ accounts. Some of the email accounts affected include Hotmail, Yahoo and Bigfoot.
Therefore, you will need to send your request from an email address that is not listed above. Alternatively, you can send your request in writing.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
To make a referral
We do not accept self referrals from families. Select here for information about the professional groups we accept referrals from. Professionals wishing to make a referral (or discuss a possible referral) to our service please contact the appropriatereferral management group and ask for the duty clinician.
You can find out more details about making a referral here.
To cancel or rearrange an appointment or talk to a particular clinician about an open case contact the appropriate team see team details.
Training For Professionals
Contact our Training Department with any queries about training on firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find more information about training we offer here.
Comments, Compliments and Complaints
We want to hear your experience of our service; we value your comments and suggestions. If you have any comments, compliments or complaints you can either talk to the person working with you directly or their manager see team details.
At the end of our involvement with every family we invite feedback via an experience of service questionnaire. Your views are really important to us and we use them to inform changes and developments to our service.
If you need help to make a compliment or complaint you can write or speak in confidence to: Patient Advice & Liaison Service (PALS) Stockdale House, 8 Victoria Road, Leeds LS6 1PF.
CAMHS Information Leaflet for Families (March 2012)
CAMHS Transition Team Leaflet For Families (March 2012)
Help Your baby to Sleep (March 2012)
Help Your Child to Sleep (March 2012)
Sleep Advice For Teenagers (March 2012)