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'''Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services''' (CAMHS) is a name for [[NHS]]-provided services for children in the [[mental health]] arena in the [[UK]]. In the UK there are 4 Tiers in CAMHS. Tier 4 is specialist services for young people who require admission into hospital. There are about 90 adolescent units in England and Wales.
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'''Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services''' (CAMHS) is a name for [[NHS]]-provided services for children in the [[mental health]] arena in the UK. In the UK there are 4 Tiers in CAMHS. Tier 4 is specialist services for young people who require admission into hospital. There are about 90 adolescent units in England and Wales.
   
 
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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is a name for NHS-provided services for children in the mental health arena in the UK. In the UK there are 4 Tiers in CAMHS. Tier 4 is specialist services for young people who require admission into hospital. There are about 90 adolescent units in England and Wales.

The service includes:

for the diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents, generally until school-leaving age. However many services cease at the age of sixteen, whereas the continuing service would be provided by Adult Mental Health at the age of eighteen.

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