We provide both inpatient and community mental health services to adults over the age of 18 who live in Portsmouth.
Our inpatient services are based at St James Hospital and they include:
- Brooker Ward - A 22 bed inpatient unit for older people experiencing an acute mental illness and/or severely challenging behaviour
- The Orchards - Two adult mental health wards for adults aged 18 and over experiencing a mental health crisis.
- Maple ward - A 10 bed locked ward, providing a high standard of intensive psychiatric care in a supportive and safe environment to service users who are placed on a Section of the Mental Health Act (1983).
- Hawthorns ward - A 20 bedded open ward, providing a supportive and safe environment for service users experiencing an acute episode of mental illness.
For patients who live outside of Portsmouth, please visit the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust website.
We also provide Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) to young people between the ages of 5 - 18 who live in Portsmouth and Southampton. This service is for young people experiencing acute, chronic and severe mental health.
The Assessment to Intervention (A2i) Team are part of the available support for those suffering with mental ill health in Portsmouth. A2i are a team of experienced mental health nurses, Social workers, Occupational Therapists, support workers, doctors and a psychologist. We aim i…
Call: 0300 123 3921
Portsmouth Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provides a mental health service for 5-18 year olds suffering with acute, chronic or server mental health problems. We provide assessment, treatment and support to young people and their families. Interventions include…
Call: 0300 123 6632
The role of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) West is to provide a comprehensive specialist mental health service to children and young people aged 5-18 years and who are registered with a Southampton City GP. We are here to help children and young people who…
Call: 0300 123 6661
The Crisis Resolution Home treatment team are part of the available support for those suffering with mental ill health in Portsmouth. CRHT are a team of experienced mental health nurses, Social workers, Occupational Therapists, support workers, doctors and a psychologist.
Call: 0300 123 3924
Community OPMH Mental Health Team, based at St Mary’s Hospital in Portsmouth. We are a Multidisciplinary team of specialist mental health Nurses, Consultants, Social Worker, Health Care Support Workers, Psychologist and Occupational Therapies.
We provide assessment, care and trea…
Call: 0300 123 3923
The Mental Health Recovery Teams are based at St Mary’s Community Health Campus, the former St Mary’s Hospital site. Teams of experienced Mental Health Nurses, Support Workers, Doctors, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists and Social Workers provide assessment and treatment for…
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We offer specialist treatment for young people with a diagnosed eating disorder. This may be anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder or other specified feeding disorder.
Self Referrals can be made from young people themselves, parents/carers or professionals using the forms belo…
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Talking Therapies Portsmouth is the primary care mental health service in Portsmouth, provided by Solent NHS Trust. We are a team of therapists and researchers who specialise in the understanding and treatment of common emotional difficulties.
If you’ve been struggling with low m…
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The Adult Mental Health (AMH) inpatient wards are across two units. The two units are called The Orchards and The Limes.
In The Orchards unit, there are two wards called Hawthorn Ward and Maples Ward. The Orchards unit forms part of the Acute Care Pathway. The Hawtho…
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