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Our Services

Adult mental health services

We provide mental health services to adults of working age in partnership with social care and a wide range of voluntary and independent services providers for the people of County Durham, Darlington, Teesside and North Yorkshire and the Vale of York, including:

  • A wide range of community based assessment and treatment services including primary care, liaison, crisis intervention, assertive outreach, community affective disorders and psychosis teams and eating disorders. The Trust also provides community mental health and deafness services and adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) across Teesside, County Durham and Darlington.
  • Inpatient assessment and treatment services, including acute, intensive care, challenging behaviour, 24 hour nursed care and rehabilitation services
  • Improving access to psychological therapy (IAPT) services (working with partners) in Durham, Darlington and Teesside
  • The region’s specialist eating disorder service (for the North East and North Cumbria)

Older people’s services

We provide mental health services for older people working in partnership with social care and a wide range of voluntary and independent service providers. The services we provide include:

  • Inpatient assessment and treatment services, including acute and challenging behaviour services
  • A wide range of community based services including; mental health teams, acute liaison, care home liaison, day services and memory clinics

Children and young people’s services

This service includes all child and adolescent mental health services and early intervention in psychosis services for the people of County Durham, Darlington, Teesside and North Yorkshire.

Services for children with learning disabilities are also provided in County Durham, Darlington and Teesside.

Our hospital at West Lane is also the base for our specialist regional North East and North Cumbria eating disorder inpatient service for children and young people.

Adult learning disabilities

We provide community and inpatient specialist assessment and treatment services to people with learning disabilities and mental health problems, autism, epilepsy and challenging behavior.

Forensic mental health and learning disabilities forensic services

Forensic services are specialist services which treat patients referred to us by the criminal justice system because of mental health or learning disabilities conditions, which have been a factor behind their offending. We provide community, inpatient and rehabilitation forensic services for people with mental health problems and learning disabilities.

We also provide community forensic services including criminal justice liaison services that work across the whole offending behavior pathway, for example street triage and the mental health services within all seven North East prisons.

Find out more about our services here.