The Royal Free London child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS) seeks to improve the emotional and psychological well-being of children and adolescents aged 0-17. Royal Free London CAMHS is unique in its scope and range of expertise, consisting of neurodevelopmental, eating disorder, and CAMHS liaison services.
We are a large, experienced, multi-disciplinary team, who work effectively together to offer a range of specialist services. Please browse the links on this page to find out more.
Do you have an appointment?
Tel: 020 7830 2931
Royal Free Hospital
London NW3 2QG
We are on the ground floor and have step-free access.
Queen Mary’s House
23 East Heath Road
London NW3 2QG
We welcome referrals in writing from GPs, paediatricians, psychiatrists and other CAMHS professionals, for children and adolescents with GPs in the following boroughs:
- Eating disorders (age 10-18) – Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington.
- Complex neurodevelopmental service (age 6-17) – Camden and Barnet (and living in the Barnet postcodes NW2, NW11, or N3)
- ADHD service (age 6-17) – Camden and Barnet (and living in the Barnet postcodes NW2, NW11, or N3)
- Paediatric liaison (age 0-17) – children living in the local area being seen by paediatric services at RFH Trust
Please see the below links to our referral forms for our services:
Neurodevelopmental service (Complex neurodevelopmental service and ADHD service)
If you are a young person or parent and would like to be seen in our service, please ask to be referred by one of the professionals above. Please note we do not accept self-referrals to any of our services.
If you are a professional and potential referrer, we are always happy to discuss possible referrals in advance. If you are unable to call, then we would suggest that whenever in doubt please refer.
Referrals email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 020 7830 2931
We would advise you to always call us if you are concerned about possible emergencies, especially where young people may be at risk of significant harm or are having eating difficulties associated with rapid and significant weight loss.
Following receipt of written referrals, we will contact the referrer to inform them of the outcome.
Read our patient leaflets and publications
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