Veterans’ Mental Health TIL Service – Midlands and East will provide a responsive, innovative and high quality service user mental health service operating as one team, delivering local care through three geographically well-placed hubs.
- Address: Across the Midlands and East,
About this Service
Telephone number: 0300 323 0137
Referral Criteria: Self-referral/MOD discharge referrals
Veterans’ Mental Health TIL Service – Midlands and East, is a partnership between the Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Partnership Trust, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Walking with the Wounded, and Mental Health Matters, established to achieve joined up care pathways for veterans across the Midlands and East.
Veterans’ Mental Health TIL Service – Midlands and East staff include veterans and civilians with a range of highly relevant and professional experience. The TIL service will provide a responsive, innovative and high quality service user mental health service operating as one team, delivering local care through three geographically well-placed hubs. Each Hub is attached to its nearest M.O.D. (Ministry of Defence) DCMH (Departments of Community Mental Health) for direct in-reach link for those veterans in transition, to ensure they receive the best transition possible into civilian life.
HOW TO CONTACT US
The service includes 24/7, 365 days per year single point of enquiry. The single point of enquiry (available via multiple routes) is for initial triage and flow of service users through to the service hubs for assessment, including initial care coordination and co-produced CPA care planning if appropriate.
Single point of entry - 0300 323 0137
24/7 helpline - 0300 323 0139
HOW TO FIND US
Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Partnership Trust
Brunel House, Woodside Park
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
St George’s Hospital Site
Long Leys Road
Tel: 01522 309200
North Essex Partnership University
NHS Foundation Trust
The Lakes MHU
Tel: 01206 228759
If you would like further advice on any of the below, please click the heading and you will be referred to advice from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.