Assertive Outreach Team

We offer assessment and care of patients with severe mental health problems who have been difficult to engage with or refuse to seek help from other services.

We are flexible in our approach and find different ways to engage with patients i.e. visiting them at a time that doesn't interfere with their daily routine.

Our teams are made up of a range of healthcare professionals including:

  • doctors
  • nurses
  • occupational therapists
  • psychologists
  • support workers
  • peer support workers

This means we can help with a range of mental health issues and also offer support and advice to families and carers.

The service is for adults aged 18- 65 with a main diagnosis of a psychotic illness. Patients over 65 who have already been accessing mental health services may also be referred.
 

Accessing our services

Referrals are received from GPs and inpatient and community teams with your local area.
 

Contact us

County - South, 93 Musters Road, Nottinghamshire, NG2 7QG
Telephone: 0115 945 5990
Fax: 0115 982 0461
Monday to Friday - 9am - 5pm

City - East and West, Stonebridge Centre, Carlton Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG3 2FH
Telephone: 0115 952 9428
Fax: 0115 9509727

Monday to Friday - 9am - 5pm
Saturday / Sunday and Bank Holidays - 10am - 6pm

Bassettlaw, Bassetlaw Hospital, Kilton, Worksop, S81 0BD
Telephone: 01909 502011
Monday to Friday - 9am - 5pm

King's Mill Hospital, Mansfield Road, Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 4JT
Telephone: 0115 969 1300 Ext: 10858
 

Getting here

Each team offer appointments at their respective centres and in the community. Each site offers:

  • Disabled access
  • Parking and disabled parking
  • Accessible by bus
     

Help in a crisis

Should your concern relate to a service user currently known to the team then please contact the team directly on the contact numbers outlined within working hours or the relevant Crisis Resolution Home Treatment (CRHT) Team for the service user out of these hours.

Outside of office hours please contact your GP service, NHS 111, or in an emergency attend your local Accident and Emergency (A&E) department.