In this section you’ll find details on all of the services we provide across Sheffield, South Yorkshire and nationwide. 

You can filter our services by the area they cover, the type of support we offer, what age range they cover and whether you can self-refer to them or not. 

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The Assertive Outreach Team provides care for people who have accessed services in the past but the services have been unable to support them.
Beech is a 10-bed residential step-down provision for service users discharged from the Trust’s inpatient wards.
Birch Avenue is a residential nursing home for people living with Dementia who have complex needs that require nursing care.
Burbage Ward is an acute mental health inpatient ward which has 16 mental health beds.
The Community Dementia Support Service is a specialist service that supports people who have complex Dementia and because of their behaviour, will not engage with mainstream Dementia services.
The Community Enhancing Recovery Team, also known as CERT, provide intensive support in people’s homes as an alternative to being admitted to hospital.
The Community Intensive Support Service (CISS) is a specialist health service for people with learning disabilities, and their carers, living in Sheffield.
The Community Learning Disability Team is a specialist health service for people with learning disabilities, and their carers, living in Sheffield.
The Community Mental Health Team provides support to adults living in Sheffield who have complex or ongoing mental health needs.
The Crisis House offers an alternative to admission to our acute mental health inpatient wards for people in Sheffield aged 18 or over.
The Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Team provides short-term mental health support at home to help avoid people being admitted to hospital.
The Decisions Unit is a place where anyone in Sheffield who is in a mental health crisis can be referred to and receive an urgent assessment.
Maple Ward is an acute mental health inpatient ward which has 12 beds.
Dovedale Ward is an acute mental health inpatient ward for older people aged 65 or over.
The Early Intervention Service offers support to people in Sheffield aged between 16 and 64 years old who are experiencing symptoms of first episode psychosis.
We provide support and treatment to people aged 16 and over who have a moderate or severe eating disorder, such as anorexia or bulimia.
Our Electroconvulsive Therapy service is a small, specialist team based in a specially-designed suite at the Longley Centre at the Northern General Hospital.
This service is currently going through a transition.
Endcliffe Ward is a purpose built psychiatric intensive care unit which has 10 beds.
Forest Close is a mental health inpatient rehabilitation unit for adults living in Sheffield.
Forest Lodge is a low secure inpatient unit which includes two wards, an assessment ward and a rehabilitation ward.
The Gender Identity Clinic, also known as the Porterbrook Clinic, is one of seven gender identity clinics providing healthcare for adults in England. We’re commissioned by NHS England.
Grenoside Grange, also known as G1 Ward, is a specialist ward for people who have complex dementia and associated challenging or highly distressing behaviour.
The Trust’s Health Based Place of Safety, also known as the 136 Suite, is based at the Longley Centre.
The Health Inclusion Team is a specialist team of Health Visitors, Nurses and a Family Support Worker who provide health support to children and families in Sheffield.
The Homeless Assessment and Support Team (HAST) provides access to healthcare and support services for homeless people in Sheffield who have mental health problems.
The Intermediate Care Mental Health Team provides mental health assessment, interventions, advice and signposting to adults who are receiving support for a physical health conditions from certain services.
The Liaison Psychiatry team is based at the Northern General Hospital and provides mental health assessment and care to inpatients or people who are admitted to the Emergency Department.
The Memory Service offers support to older people living in Sheffield who are experiencing memory problems.
The Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Service is an all age, specialist, regional therapy service for people affected by ME/CFS across South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire.
The Neuro Case Management Service is a specialist community team that sits within the Long Term Conditions Service. We work with people who are living with the challenges of a long-term neurological condition, their families and carers.
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The Older Adult Community Mental Health Team supports people aged 65 and over who are experiencing mental health difficulties.
We are a city-wide service that provides short-term intensive treatment to older adults who have a functional mental health problem or a Dementia diagnosis.
This service is currently going through a transition.
Our Pharmacy service places service users at the core of everything they do. They aim to deliver the right medication, to the right place, at the right time to meet people's needs.
The Recovery Service North is now the Community Mental Health Team.
The Recovery Service South is now the Community Mental Health Team.
Based at the Porterbook Clinic, the Relationship and Sexual Service provides assessment and treatment to service users with psychosexual problems.
We provide diagnostic assessment and post-diagnostic support for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and diagnostic assessment and medication for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).
The Sheffield Community Brain Injury Rehabilitation Team (SCBIRT) is a specialist community team working with people in Sheffield who have had a traumatic or acquired brain injury.
We offer confidential, non-judgemental care and treatment to women and birthing people with mental health difficulties who are planning to have a baby, are already pregnant or have given birth in the last 12 months.
The Sheffield Primary and Community Mental Health Service is an integrated primary and community mental health service for people with serious mental illness.
As of 5 May, IAPT Sheffield changed names to Sheffield Talking Therapies. The service remains the same.

Sheffield Talking Therapies provides free support to over 12,000 people each year in Sheffield.
The Sheffield Treatment and Recovery team, also known as START, transferred to Likewise, run by HumanKind, from 1 August 2023.
The Short-Term Educational Programme (STEP) provides free educational courses that are designed to help with a range of mental health conditions.
This service is currently going through a transition.
The Specialist Community Forensic Team works with Sheffield residents who are currently either in low or medium secure hospitals, both locally and across the country.
The Specialist Psychotherapy Service (SPS) offers individual and group psychotherapies to people over the age of 18 who have complex emotional difficulties which remain present despite previous interventions.
Stanage Ward is an acute mental health inpatient ward which has 16 mental health beds.
The urgent and crisis service supports people who are experiencing a crisis with their mental health and / or require urgent help.
Woodland View is a nursing home for people who have complex dementia and require specialist support.