News & events

Latest news and events from Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust CAMHS services.


Report on Parkside CAMHS relocation

We’ve published a report on the relocation of Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) from Parkside Clinic in Kensington and Chelsea. Services will be relocated to Beatrice Place on Marloes Road, W8. You can read the full report here.


Views sought on proposal to relocate CAMHS work base

CNWL have today started a consultation with the public and staff to move Kensington & Chelsea CAMHS to a new central location in the the Borough; at Beatrice Place where other CAMHS services are already located.


CAMHS – Parent and Carer Participation Programme launch

Parents and carers who have children using CAMHS services are invited to this event to be part of future improvement. Dr Tami Kramer says, “Your views are essential to shaping better help for children, young people and families.” When: Saturday 17 November 1.30pm to 4.30pm Where: CNWL Recovery a...


Changes to Brent CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services)

From Friday 4 May 2018 Brent CAMHS will no longer be based at Warranty House, Dudden Hill Lane, and Bell House in Willesden. The service will move to Monks Park Clinic, 4 Monks Park, Wembley, HA9 6JE. There will be new telephone and fax numbers from 3 May. The telephone number will change to 020... ...


Launch of CNWL CAMHS Urgent Care Team

Today (Monday 29 January 2018), CNWL launches an Urgent Care Team for child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS).  The team will provide rapid response, prompt assessment, and where appropriate intensive time limited interventions for children and young people up to the age of 18 who are e...


The CAMHS service for Grenfell

The NHS Grenfell Trauma Service for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is a new service which has grown out of the existing local Parkside CAMHS service, in response to the huge and unprecedented need for support for the children and young people of the local community following the...