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School nurses will be asking about your mental health at every contact. If you are struggling with your mental health then your school nurse can offer you additional support in school. During these meetings it is an opportunity for you to express how you are feeling without judgement and help you to make sense of what you are going through at that time.

If you require further support then your school nurse can advise you about additional services like CAMHS, Catch22 or Place2be that also work with schools and refer you to them.  If you wish, your school nurse can work together with these other teams to provide you with effective, coordinated care.

We provide advice and support to all Ealing families during the age of 5 to 18 years old who attend a Ealing Primary or Secondary School.

Contacting the Ealing team

Admin hub telephone number: 020 8102 5888​

Email: 

clcht.ealingadminhub@nhs.net

clcht.ealingschoolnurseteam@nhs.net​

If you would like to enquire about receiving support from the school nursing team or want information about other services you can speak to a member of our duty team or request to be contacted by your allocated school nursing team. Alternatively you can complete our school nurse referral form.

Ealing school nursing referral form

clcht.ealingadminhub@nhs.net

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) - 1 Armstrong Way, Southall, UB2 4SA West London NHS Trust 

Emergency referrals/advice: If your referral is urgent or you need to discuss a case with a senior clinician, please call 020 8354 8160 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).

Ealing CAMHS

CAMHS services receiving referrals and treats young people. 
Routine referrals:
Phone:  020 8354 8160 
Fax: 020 8354 8391
Website

Services offered

The service comprises multi-disciplinary teams of child and adolescent psychiatrists, psychotherapists, family therapists, psychologists, nurses, primary mental health workers, and allied health professionals.
CAMHS accepts referrals of children with severe and/or complex emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties for assessment and treatment as appropriate, and also provides consultation to professionals.

For more information please visit the Ealing CAMHS website

EalingRise - Ealing Alcohol and Substance Youth

CRI EASY PROject provides specialist treatment for young people ages 10-18 in Ealing who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing problematic drug or alcohol use.

Contact

Easy project have recently relocated to the RISE, Central Hub: 99-103 Broadway, London, W13 9BP
Phone: 0208 567 4772
Project mobile: 07500 962 285
Website

The service offers

  • Open access/drop in/Appointment based services
  • Written and verbal advice, information and support
  • Harm minimisation advice
  • Advice and support on sexual health. – Education, skills and training assessment
  • 1:1 Support/Interventions
  • Community support
  • Primary health and BBV screening. – Clinical assessment
  • Appointments at a convenient location
  • Drop-in services across the borough (please contact us for more details)
  • Advice and information for parents and carers
  • Male and female workers
  • We also provide Support to 18-24 year olds through our Young Adult Link Worker (YALW)

Resources for parents and young people

Get Connected 

Free, confidential telephone and email helpline finding young people the best help whatever the problem. Provides free connections to local or national services, and can text information to callers’ mobile phones. 

ChildLine 

Childline is the UK’s free helpline for children and young people. It provides confidential telephone counselling service for any child with a problem. It comforts, advises and protects. 

NHS Go

A free app designed by and for young people to give them instant access to confidential health and wellbeing information. It also helps young people to find the nearest NHS service and gives them information on their rights when using services. 

https://www.nhsgo.uk

On this NHS site you can view a range of phone apps, the search can be filtered for Mental Health.  Some are free, but others are charged for. 

General Mental Health information and support
Anxiety
Depression
Bullying
School refusal 
Addiction, drugs and alcohol
Eating disorders
Sexuality
Self-harm
Suicide
Social media
Divorce and separation

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Contact us

CLCH Head Office

Ground Floor 15
Marylebone Road
London  NW1 5JD


Telephone: 020 7798 1300

PALS: clchpals@nhs.net

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