Our EIP teams look after people for up to three years after their first episode of psychosis.
We accept referrals for people between the ages of 14 and 45 years olds.
We hold a strong ethos of hope and whole-team commitment to enable recovery through the provision of individually tailored and evidence-based interventions
We believe in working with people as individuals and understanding their own background, strengths, skills and values.
Below is a summary of the key components of our services
- Swift assessment for those with a suspected first-episode of psychosis
- Staff who build up trust and confidence
- Information to help people understand psychosis and treatment options
- Care coordinator who will support you with self-management skills, social care issues such as housing or debt management, and relapse prevention work
- A choice of psychological and pharmacological interventions
- Support, information and advice for families and carers, including carers’ assessments where required
- Support with employment, training and/or education
- Regular physical health check, monitoring and appropriate treatment
- Support with other difficulties such as low mood, anxiety and substance misuse
- A crisis plan and prompt service response to severe difficulties.
This is a term used to describe a range of different experiences which often causes people to perceive or interpret things differently from those around them; they can also hear, see or feel things that others cannot.
For those between 14 and 18 years old, please contact your GP or telephone the CAMHS single point of access on 0208 354 8160.
For those 18+ years, please contact your GP or telephone the Adult single point of access on 0300 1234 244.
Useful information guides
All our services are open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm.
Tel: 020 8483 2671
Hammersmith & Fulham EIP
37 Claybrook Road,
Tel: 020 7386 1160
Lakeside Mental Health Unit,