If you are reading this you may be struggling with an eating disorder or know someone who is. We appreciate how difficult it is to take the necessary steps to begin to find help. Eating disorders can have a huge impact, on the individuals who are experiencing them, and on their friends and family. However, friends and family can also be a real source of support and impact in recovery.
We understand and accept that when someone is experiencing difficulties or has an eating disorder they can feel ambivalent about change. Our approach positively promotes recovery and works with individuals to increase motivation and confidence in the ability to recover.
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Provider collaboratives for specialised services go Live
Riverdale Grange is a provider partner in the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw (SYB) Provider Collaboratives for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and Adult Eating Disorders (AED).
Provider collaboratives are new regional partnerships of organisations that provide specialised mental health services.
These partnerships are being established across England as part of a national programme of work that sees the responsibility for the commissioning of specialised mental health services transfer from the NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE/I) Specialised Commissioning team to the new regional provider collaboratives.
The SYB Provider Collaboratives
for CAMHS and AED launched on 1 October 2021. They cover the following service areas:
General Adolescent and General Adolescent LD Services, Psychiatric Intensive Care Units (PICU), Specialist CAMHS Eating Disorders Units, CAMHS Low Secure and CAMHS Low Secure LD and Autism/ASC Services, Adult specialist inpatient services and associated teams (e.g. day services, outreach).
Together we will seek to transform specialised mental health services in line with the priorities outlined in the NHS Long Term Plan. To find out more visit www.england.nhs.uk/mental-health/nhs-led-provider-collaboratives/
You can read more about the SYB provider collaboratives on the NHS lead provider websites here by clicking on the links below: