Make a referral
Open Door’s Young People’s Service is available to adolescents and young people aged 12-24 living in Haringey. We also accept referrals for under 18s who have a Haringey GP.
Service update: We are sorry but our waiting list for 19-24 year olds is currently closed. This is due to funding issues and the length of the current waiting list. We are really sorry and are doing our best to raise the funds we need, and hope this will be temporary.
If you are looking for help for a young person who is 19 or over, we recommend that they contact their GP for advice about further services. Young people can also self-refer to Lets Talk Haringey (0203 074 2280) and Mind in Haringey for other mental health and wellbeing support (0208 340 2474). Please see the crisis options on this website to signpost for immediate support by following the ‘need help now’ button at the top of each page.
If you would like to share your concerns about this please could we ask that you put it in writing, and we will pass your feedback on to local commissioners to help get the funding reviewed.
How to make a referral
Most of the young people that come to us are self-referrals and we find that this is empowering for them. They can contact us either by phone 020 8348 5947 or by requesting a call-back via emailing email@example.com
We accept referrals from a parent or carer, but we’ll ask the young person in question to confirm with us that they actually want to attend appointments.
We also take referrals from professionals through Haringey’s CAMHS; please fill in a CAMHS Referral form and send it either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by post to:
M Block, St. Ann’s Hospital
St. Ann’s Road. London N15 3TH.
We do not accept professional referrals of over-18s. Young adults should refer themselves. However, professionals can support young adults in self-referring or contact us before signposting a young adult to Open Door (phone 020 8348 5947 or email email@example.com to request a call back).