About Us

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) delivered by East London NHS Foundation Trust is part of a wider network of services that offer help and support to children and young people who have mental health difficulties and their families/carers.

There are CAMHS teams in East London – Tower Hamlets, Newham and City and Hackney – and in Bedfordshire and Luton.

We provide a service for children and young people up to 18 years old.

What we do

On our website you can find information about the conditions we help with, the different teams and types of professionals working at CAMHS and the type of work we carry out with young people. 

You can also read case studies about how CAMHS has helped other children and young people.

At CAMHS we work with children, young people, parents & carers and other mental health professionals. 

Who we help
At CAMHS we have a lot of experience working with a wide range of conditions. 

What we help with
Find out more about the different people you may work with at CAMHS, and what their titles mean. 

Glossary of Teams & Disciplines
Read about how CAMHS has helped other children and young people.

Case Studies

Core Values

Our core values are as follows: 

  • To offer services and interventions designed to focus on all family members,
    including siblings
  • To respect individual rights, values, cultural backgrounds and religious beliefs
  • To empower families to make decisions about their own lives
  • To work in the least restrictive setting available, negotiating this with the family commitment to making our services as accessible as possible
  • To promote the best possible life chances for children
  • To value the strengths in the families we meet

Getting help

You can find full contact details, including a Contact Us form on our Contact page below. 

Contact Us
We have services in Bedforshire & Luton, City & Hackney, Coborn, Newham and Tower Hamlets. 

Where we work
Read some of our case studies and personal statements to hear about how we have helped other young people. 

Case Studies