CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. CAMHS helps young people overcome emotional difficulties in their lives. Our Positive Mental Health Guide has more information on how Bucks CAMHS supports young people.CAMHS support a variety of children and young people from 0 to 18 years old with different needs. This ranges from moderate anxiety, to depression and eating disorders. CAMHS consists of different teams which include: • Learning disabilities service • Outreach service • Mood and stress difficulties • Neuro-psychiatry • Eating disorders service • Inpatient service • Psychosis team service • The ReConnect service Each team works in a slightly different way, but all want to work with you to support you through your CAMHS journey. This could include meetings with parents, home visits, group sessions or individual meetings with you and your CAMHS worker. A single point of access service (SPA) is now avaialble on weekdays. We welcome phone queries from children and young people, their familes or professionals, such as GPs or teachers.