Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership
Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is a new organisation that builds on our previous CHCP arrangements. It formally brings together community health services and social work services. This means that if you need support from either or both, you can have an assessment done that will make sure you get the right help, through joined up teams.
For example, Nurses work closely with Home Helps; Health Visitors work closely with Social Workers; Mental Health staff work closely with the Advice Team – there are all kinds of combinations.
The main point is that the right services are working together to get the right results for people. The HSCP will work to improve lives by focusing on the outcomes you want to achieve, based on what is most important to you.
The Adult Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) provides a range of interventions to support treatment, and enable recovery including:
targeted psychological interventions
early intervention for you...
Children & Adolescent Mental Health Services opening hours are 9.00 am until 5.00 pm Monday to Friday. A duty worker is available for information, advice and support between the hours of 9.00 am and 5.00 ...
The Primary Care Mental Health Team is for people with common mild to moderate mental health problems and its purpose is to provide mental health care for people with Depression, Anxiety and Adjustment Dis...
The Service provides the mental health service response for those with complex needs arising from:
Dementia, Psychosis and more complex or enduring depression and anxiety disorders.
Access to t...