Our regional Early Intervention in Psychosis teams offer support to anyone experiencing symptoms of psychosis. 

Following an initial assessment, the teams provide rapid, intensive support for up to three years. We also work alongside Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) for young people aged 14 to 18 years in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. 

Find out more about our CAMHS services here

For young people in Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire, this service is provided by Oxford Health

The teams vary across AWP in the ages of young people they are able to help. Please contact your local Early Intervention in Psychosis team for more information.

If you, or the person you care for, are referred to our services, the Early Intervention in Psychosis teams aim to:  

  • help you and your family understand what is happening.  

  • reduce distress caused by unusual experiences.  

  • provide evidence-based treatments and therapies.  

  • focus on your personal recovery and quick return to everyday roles with work, family and social relationships. 

Referrals to our Early Intervention teams are made by GPs and other healthcare professionals. 

To make a referral, please select the area below based on where your patient’s GP is registered. 

BaNES Early Intervention in Psychosis Team 

Bath NHS house

Newbridge Hill



Tel: 01225 362760

Bristol Mental Health Early Intervention Service
1 Campbell House
Montague Place
BS6 5UB 


Phone: 0117 919 2371 

North Somerset Early Intervention in Psychosis Team
The Coast Resource Centre 
BS24 7EP  

Phone: 01934 523700  

South Gloucestershire Early Intervention in Psychosis Team 
Kingswood Civic Centre 
Kingswood High Street 
BS15 9TR   

Phone: 0117 378 7970  

Swindon Early Intervention in Psychosis Team 
Chatsworth House 
6 Bath Road 
SN1 4BP  

Phone: 01793 715000  

Wiltshire Early Intervention in Psychosis Team  
Admin Block
Green Lane Hospital
Marshall Road
SN10 5DS

Phone: 01380 731282

Anyone under the care of the Early Intervention in Psychosis teams can benefit from the Recovery Through Sport programme which provides football sessions to improve mental health through physical activity. This award-winning initiative provides a vital support to hundreds of people within the community. 

The Recovery Through Sport sessions are free and available to anyone over the age of 18 years. The sessions take place every Thursday between 3 p.m and 4.30 p.m at Shaftesbury Park, Frenchay, Bristol, BS16 1LG. For more information and to complete a registration form, contact  jacob.kelly@nhs.net