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For Mental Health Services advice, assessment and referral call the Helpline: From interstate call 03 To email us please use the online feedback form. National Relay Service: Adult Mental Health Services brochure. We offer a free, confidential service to people aged between 18 and 65 years who have a severe and complex mental health problem. We provide assessment, treatment, support and education. A new community based acute mental health service for short-term intensive care at home commenced in March , for more information go to the Mental Health Hospital in the Home Unit page. This is a confidential phone service staffed by community mental health clinicians.
Choosing a mental health service
Adult mental health services include early intervention, acute and intensive care, crisis resolution and home treatment and personality disorder services. Specialist eating disorders services include acute in-patient care, community and day care. You might be in crisis if:. You can also find some useful tips in our mental health leaflets. Take part in research We offer opportunities for patients, families and the public to volunteer for research with the Trust, to learn more about mental and physical health and improve treatments.
This Introduction to It is aimed at people who have little or no experience in this area. As with all health and social care services, AMH can be complex and have a wide range of elements and interventions. Each area will have a different way of delivering these services. It is therefore important that you get further information from the resources listed here and the local service that you work in. AMH services are usually offered within a mental health trust. AMH services offer a wide range of interventions for adults aged 18—65 in a community or hospital setting.