Community Mental Health Services
Integrated Community Mental Health Teams (ICMHTs) are a community based assessment and treatment service for people suffering mental health problems who are over the age of 18.
The Community Veteran’s Service treats ex-service personnel who served in the British armed forces and who are subsequently experiencing problems with their mental health.
Day Resource Centres are about providing people with the help they need to attain your own personal goals as part of your recovery.
The Early Intervention in Psychosis Team will work with people who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis.
The Cornwall Eating Disorder Service offers a community based treatment for people with a clinical diagnosis of an eating disorder.
The Forensic Mental Health Team (FMHT) provides treatment to people over the age of 16 years old, who come into contact with the police or courts.
The Perinatal Mental Health Team specialises in the assessment, diagnosis and short-term treatment of women affected by a moderate to severe mental health illness in the preconception, antenatal and postnatal period. The team promotes wellbeing during pregnancy, prevention of relapse and assists with birth planning.
The Personality Disorder service are therapists who provide assessment and treatment for clients age 18 and over diagnosed or suggestive of of personality disorder.
The Psychiatric Liaison Service provides mental health assessment and care for to people who are patients at the Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust.
The Supported Housing service have eight supported houses across Cornwall which provide accommodation to single people who have been diagnosed with an enduring mental illness.