Changes to our Hampshire CAMHS services

The NHS is putting plans in place to deliver services that align more closely to the area where you live. The aim is to understand the needs of local people and deliver services to meet these needs.

As a result of these plans, the Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), formerly provided by Sussex Partnership, transferred to new providers from 1 February 2024.

Services in North East Hampshire are now provided by
Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. CAMHS in all other parts of Hampshire, services have transferred to Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust (Southern).

Although the services will be provided by a different NHS provider you should not notice any change to the way your care is delivered.

If you or your family member are a service user receiving support or waiting to receive support you will receive a letter to explain that your data will be transferred securely to the new NHS provider.

There will be a further change on 1 April 2024 when Southern will form part of the new community mental health and learning disabilities trust in Hampshire. You can find out more about this work, which is called Project Fusion, on a dedicated website which explains the project in more detail.

The NHS organisations involved in the move are committed to making sure the transfer is as smooth as possible and any disruption is kept to a minimum.