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Richmond Home Treatment team

Who we are

Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams (CRHTT) are a community based mental health service who see adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis or require intensive home-based support and treatment. We provide care and support in the community sometimes as an alternative to a hospital admission. This enables people that we see to stay in their own home with increased support. The crisis resolution home treatment team is a short-term service for the crisis period only.

Who is the service for

Adults age 18-75 who are experiencing a mental health crisis or require intensive home-based support and treatment.

Conditions we treat

Where to find us

Queen Mary's University Hospital
Queen Mary’s Hospital
2nd Floor
Roehampton Lane
London
SW155PN

Telephone: 020 3513 5000
Email: ssg-tr.RichmondHTT@nhs.net

Our opening hours

24 hours

Who you might see / our staff

Our team is made up of a Consultant Psychiatrist, a nurse manager, an advanced clinical practitioner, nurse practitioners, an occupational therapist, recovery support workers and peer support workers.

  • Team Manager: Polly Grogan
  • Team Consultant: Dr Francis

What you can expect

When someone is first referred to our service, we carry out an initial assessment to assess the individual’s mental health needs and the type of input they need. We then create a care plan which sets out the individual’s recovery goals and how our service will help them work towards these. Depending on the individual’s needs, we provide face to face contact of varying frequency and telephone contact and support.

We are a short-term service for the crisis period only, meaning the length of involvement varies from person to person.

Referrals

We receive referrals from a variety of services including community mental health teams, assessment teams, inpatient wards and liaison psychiatry teams. We do not accept referrals directly from patients.