Information about how to access CAMHS support through our single point of access service the 'CAMHS Gateway'.
I need help now
If you’ve injured yourself or taken an overdose, please dial 999. To speak to someone urgently, please call Connection, our 24/7 helpline, on 0800 652 0190 (freephone) or access via NHS 111 for free
What is CAMHS?
CAMHS provides support to children and young people who are coping with significant mental health difficulties. Find out what we help with – and how
Your feelings and emotions
Advice on some of the issues young people can face, including feeling sad or isolated, worries about eating disorders, self-image and anxiety
Who else can help?
If CAMHS isn’t the right place for you, there are lots of other organisations and resources that can provide help and support.
Useful links for support around Covid-19 and returning to School
Hear from young people about their own experiences of mental health issues, and the support that has helped them, in this collection of stories, memories, poems and videos – find out more
Produced by Young Minds
Co-produced by Dorset Mind, Dorset HealthCare, Healthwatch Dorset, Dorset Mental Health Forum and Bournemouth University.