Adult Community Mental Health Teams Taunton

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Description

We offer specialist mental health services for people with illnesses such as, severe depression, severe anxiety, schizophrenia, Bi-polar, personality disorders and other severe mental health problems.

We make an initial assessment to establish each persons needs.

This usually takes the form of a face to face meeting with one or more staff, though this may start with a telephone conversation.

We give information and advice about services that they can access in their communities to improve their condition.

We provide specialist treatment and therapies and a care coordinator to take responsibility for each persons care.

We meet with you at agreed intervals and review this care with everyone involved including your family doctor and family members/carers when agreed.

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