Welcome to the North London Mental Health Partnership website
Don't worry, if you are trying to visit candi.nhs.uk or beh-mht.nhs.uk, you have been redirected to the right place.
This website has now replaced the Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust and the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust websites.
You should find what you need on the site but if you don't please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help.
About the North London Mental Health Partnership
We provide a wide range of mental health specialist services, across the five boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington, including children and young people’s mental health services, prison services, forensic services, eating disorders and drug and alcohol recovery. We also support the UK Armed forces community, including members of the Reserve Forces, providing specialist veteran services across London.
Find out more with our frequently asked questions
You may have questions about yours or someone else’s care, recruitment or just need to find out how to get to our sites. Here is a list of FAQs that may help.
How will you handle my information?
We are committed to our duty to protect the privacy and confidentiality of service users and staff. We have measures in place to ensure safety, and security of all the personal data that we hold, use and collect about you; both in paper and electronic format.
What is a service user?
We use the term ‘service user’ to describe anyone who is a patient or a user of our services. Throughout our website and in our literature we frequently interchange the terms service user and patient. In both cases we mean the same thing.
What is a carer?
A person can be formally classed as a ‘carer’ if they provide regular unpaid practical support to a relative or friend or person that cannot manage without help because of their age, illness or disability. But people who assist someone in this way may not necessarily identify themselves as being a ‘carer’, particularly if they are a parent or a neighbour who helps out occasionally.
How long will it take to hear about my referral?
Each of our services have different referral requirements including the time it takes to come back to you about your care. If you are waiting to hear from a service about your referral, please contact the service directly. You can find contact details for services in our a-z of services.