- Our Priorities
- Community Engagement and Co-production
- Disability Futures Programme
- Family Support Services
- Home First and Patient Flow
- Joint Commissioning & Pooled Budgets
- Locality Working
- Mental Health
- Older People and Dementia
- Planning and Promoting Preventative Services
- Social Enterprise & Social Value
- Welsh Community Care and Information System
The Welsh Government’s ‘Together for Mental Health’ 10 year strategy was published in 2012 to improve mental health and well-being, and to improve the care and treatment of people using mental health services, their carers and their families. The 2016-19 delivery plan is the second of three plans which sets out the actions to ensure the strategy is implemented.
Adult Mental Health Services
Mental health services have community teams, primary mental health services and inpatient settings. The service also manages specialist services such as addictions, low secure and younger onset dementia care, plus many more.
Find out more on our A-Z of Mental Health Services by clicking here.
Child and Adolescent Mental health Service (CAMHS)
The CAMHS is managed by Cwm Taf Local Health Board and provides the services to children and young people in Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan. St David’s is the clinic and team base for the service in Cardiff. The team covering the Vale of Glamorgan has a clinic and team base in the Children’s Centre in Llandough. The service employs a range of staff including Doctors, Nurse Therapists, Community Support Workers, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Primary Mental Health Specialists, administration staff and managers. Clinics are run from 9.30 am to 4.00 pm, Monday to Friday.