Future in Mind: children and young people

Mental Health Matters

Our shared vision in Rutland and Leicestershire is that children and young people will have access to the right help at the right time through all stages of their emotional and mental health development.

For this to happen, we have developed a whole system approach to delivering a range of emotional, mental health and wellbeing services that meet all levels of need.

This guide is intended to give referrers information on each of the commissioned services available for children and young people, details about who can refer and contact information.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive and there are other voluntary sector organisations that can be accessed, for example YoungMinds.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health ServicesĀ 
About us

Provided by Leicestershire Partnership Trust. The enhanced access to CAMHS has been developed to ensure children and young people can access treatment to improve their life chances and to minimise the impact of long term health conditions. The enhanced part of the service is focused on streamlining the current access into CAMHS and the introduction of one multi-disciplinary team to assess the needs of children and young people.

Contact us

The service is open from 8:30am-3pm daily (Covid dependent).
Call Professional Advisory Service (PAS) 0116 2955048.

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