CAMHS Self-referral Form for Child/Young Person

CAMHS Self-referral Form for Child/Young Person

If any of the information that you tell us makes us worried that you are a risk to yourself or other people, or you are at risk from other people, then we would need to link with your parent or carer to talk to them in order to ensure that adults are keeping you safe”.

If you feel you are in danger and you think this is an emergency then call 999. If you feel as though you are not in danger but would like to speak to someone urgently then please contact our  Crisis Care Line 0151 293 3577 to speak to one of our clinicians. We are open 8:00am to 8:00pm weekdays and 10:00am to 4:00pm on weekends and bank holidays, or you may prefer to contact your GP or 111 for their advice.

Alder Hey CAMHS Self-referral Form for Child/Young Person

Alder Hey CAMHS can only accept referrals from Children/Young People and their parents/carers who have a Liverpool or Sefton GP.
Your details
We may need to contact you directly, so please provide an up to date, valid contact number
Details of your GP
Information about your parent(s)/carer(s)
About your education
Reason for referral
Please let us know why you are making this referral. It might be helpful to include any details of any mental health difficulties you have had in the past as well as how you are feeling right now. The more information you can tell us, the better we can decide on how we can help you.
We are part of a CAMHS partnership and sometimes it is not Alder Hey CAMHS who will be the best service for you. If this is the case we might ask one of our CAMHS partners to see you as they might be a better service for you.

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