Clinics will help to care for children
7:00pm Saturday 17th May 2014 in News
A Wiltshire social enterprise has opened clinics for children with mental health problems.
Families Inc offers clinics that cover a number of concerns including ADHD, anxiety, stress, mood, behavioural problems and eating difficulties in children and young people up to the age of 25. It has just established clinics in Bradford on Avon and Salisbury.
The social enterprise, whose office base is in Coate near Devizes, is run by doctors Shirley Gracias and Deborah Judge, child and adolescent psychiatrists who have many years experience working in the NHS.
The services offered by Families Inc aim to provide care and support and address concerns before they reach the point at which the NHS would need to intervene.
Families Inc also works with The Nelson Trust, a Wiltshire addictions charity, to provide group therapy and parenting sessions.
Call 07881 296811 or visit www.familiesinc.uk.com
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