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Mental Health Services

Acute Hospital Services
  • In-patient care
  • Unscheduled/urgent mental health care, Crisis Response and Home Treatment
  • Liaison within general hospitals, especially A&E Departments
  • Mental Health Resource Centres
Access to the service

Access to the service is through a GP via the Mental Health Referral and Booking Centre.

Eating Disorders’ Services

The Trust provides treatment for patients with all levels of severity of eating disorder. The Eating Disorder Service based in Trasna House, Lurgan (with clinics in Armagh, Banbridge, Newry and Dungannon) provides care and treatment to people with severe and complex conditions. Eating disorder practitioners in the Primary Mental Health Care Teams provide care and treatment to people with mild to moderate eating disorders. Both services treat individuals suffering from Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS).

Accessing services

GPs make eating disorder referrals to the Trust through the Mental Health Booking Centre.

Primary Mental Health Care Services

The Primary Mental Health Care Service delivers a range of care and treatment for the treatment of people experiencing common mental health disorders such as mild to moderate depression, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social phobia and uncomplicated post traumatic stress disorder.

Access to the service

Access to the service is through a GP via the Mental Health Referral and Booking Centre.

Support and Recovery Services

Support and Recovery Services are recovery-orientated services provided to patients and clients with severe and enduring mental health needs.

This part of our service includes the Recovery and Support Teams (formerly known as Community Mental Health Teams), Community Eating Disorder Service, Community Forensic Service, Personality Disorder Service, Autistic Spectrum Disorder Service and Community Addiction Service. It also includes Mental Health Supported Living Schemes, Continuing Care at St Luke’s Hospital, and the Dementia Assessment Unit at Mullinure Health and Wellbeing Centre (St Luke’s Hospital).

Access to the services

Access is through a GP via the Mental Health Referral and Booking Centre.

Recovery College

The college values the expertise gained from experience equally, with that derived from professional training. All our courses are co-designed and co-delivered by experts with lived experience, carers of mental ill health, peer trainers and expert health professionals. All courses are free and available to anyone who would find them helpful in their recovery from mental illness, substance misuse, trauma or distress; and for people who want to maintain their physical and mental wellbeing. Click here for more information

Locations where this service is delivered

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