The Sheffield Perinatal Mental Health Service provides specialist assessment and treatment to mums and their families living in Sheffield.
We offer confidential, non-judgemental care and treatment to women with mental health problems who are planning to have a baby, are already pregnant or have given birth in the last 12 months. You can find out more about the service and the support we offer by taking a look at our service leaflet.
How do I access the service?
To access the service, you must be referred usually by a health or social care professional working in Sheffield. This could be your GP, community mental health team, midwife or health visitor.
We are based at Argyll House in Nether Edge in Sheffield. Our team is comprised of a range of professionals who have specialist skills in supporting parents in the transition to parenthood, in supporting parent-infant relationships, and in assessing and treating mental health difficulties. We offer a range of evidence-based interventions; please contact the team if more details might be helpful
Before you make a referral to our service it may be helpful to read our referral guidance which can be found at the end of the referral form.
Who commissions the service?
The service is commissioned by NHS South Yorkshire ICB.
The service is registered with the Care Quality Commission at Centre Court in Sheffield.
We work in partnership with Light Peer Support charity