Wolverhampton: 01902 444021
Sandwell: 0121 6126620
Walsall: 01922 607400
Dudley: 01384 324689
BCHFT 24/7 Mental Health Telephone Support Line: 0800 008 6516
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What’s on at CAMHS?

Here you will find information on any workshops, or co-production groups run by Black Country CAMHS:

CAMHS Surveys and Focus Groups

You can look at our current care plan here:

Feedback on CAMHS Ambassadors Posters

Could you help us to review our posters to advertise CAMHS Ambassadors across Dudley, Walsall, Sandwell and Wolverhampton?

We have two different designs, and would love to know your thoughts.

You can access the survey to record your thoughts and opinions here:

You can view our current designs below

Poster 1
Poster 2


Do you have a child or young person currently accessing Dudley, Walsall, Sandwell or Wolverhampton CAMHS?

We know that suffering from Mental Health Difficulties does not only affect the person struggling but also the family around them and that parenting a child/ Young Person with Mental Health Difficulties can create additional challenges for parents.

In the light of this we have set up a number of work-shops for parents to talk about specific mental health difficulties, the challenges they might present for parenting and some of the strategies that are thought to be helpful in this context.

We are holding monthly workshops, taking place between 12pm to 1.30pm on Zoom.

If you would like to book a place, please contact Andrea Ehgartner on Tel: 01902 444021

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