Community Mental Health Team (CMHT)
We can help support and treat you for severe and complex mental health difficulties, referring you onto other services where appropriate.
Changes to our service due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
We’ve put more details about these changes in the page below. For all urgent referrals, please follow the usual referral process.
These changes will remain in place until further notice.
Mental Health Support during Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Our mental health teams and services, including Talking Therapies and our Common Point of Entry (CPE) are available if you need support.
You can also find resources and guides on our website to help you if you need more advice.
We’re making arrangements to make sure you still receive the care and support you need.
Depending on your needs, we may offer to use phone calls or online consultations (such as One Consultation or Microsoft Teams) for your appointment, but we will discuss this option with you.
If we’ve confirmed with you that your face-to-face appointment will take place, we’ll make sure that you and your family or carers are safe and have the right personal protective equipment (PPE) where possible.
If you need mental health support please contact our Talking Therapies service or our Common Point of Entry (CPE) team
Call Talking Therapies 0300 365 0200
You will be able to speak with a mental health practitioner who will be able to direct you to the right service, including support from our Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team.
The treatments we offer include:
- Psychological interventions, such as cognitive behaviour therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy and cognitive analytical therapy
- A range of pharmaceutical interventions, such as anti-psychotic and anti-depressant medication
- Social interventions, such as addressing leisure, employment, housing and finance issues
- Referrals through to other services where appropriate
Our treatments are provided by an expert team of psychiatrists, nurses, occupational therapists, psychologists, psychotherapists and social workers.
As part of your treatment, a care coordinator will help you draw up a care plan to assess the challenges you’re facing and agree goals you’d like to achieve.
We can also work with your family and carers and support them through education therapy to learn about your condition.
You need to ask your GP, healthcare professional or social worker to refer you into our service through our Common Point of Entry team.
0300 365 2000 (Press option 4) (Call charged at your local rate)
Alternatively, you can call NHS 111 for free.
Call 111 (free)
Church Hill House
51-52 Turing Drive
Prospect Park House
Prospect Park Hospital
Honey End Lane
Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead
The Old Forge