Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest mental health and disability Trusts in England employing more than 6,000 staff, serving a population of approximately 1.4 million, providing services across an area totalling 2,200 square miles.
We work from over 100 sites across Northumberland, Newcastle, North Tyneside, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland and North Easington. We also have a number of regional and national specialist services.
Our priorities are to:
Modernise and reform services, in line with local and national strategies and the needs of individuals and communities, providing first class care in first class environments,
Be a sustainable and consistently high performing organisation,
Be a Model Employer, an Employer of Choice and an Employer that makes the best use of the talents of the entire workforce,
Fully embrace and support service user, carer, staff and public involvement, including our membership, in all aspects of our work,
Provide high quality evidence based and safe services supported be effective integrated governance arrangements,
Improve clinical and management decision making through the provision and development of effective information.
Be an influential organisation which supports and enables social inclusion;
Our services include:
Inpatient and community mental health services for adults and older people
Inpatient and community child and adolescent mental health
Learning disability services for adults and children
At Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust we put the service user first and our aim is to provide each individual with a choice of treatments that are accessible to them.
The Trust provides mental health, substance misuse and learning disability services across Norfolk and Suffolk.
We believe in whole life and understand the importance of good physical health, maintaining relationships and achieving a balance between treatment and continuing an active life.
Dedicated specialist teams work closely with service users, their carers and families and other organisations to put together a plan of care suited to each individual.
The Trust has inpatient facilities across both counties with smaller bases in rural locations. Many of our services are offered in the community, enabling service users to receive the support they need in an environment familiar to them.
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Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health and community services to parts of Greater Manchester.
Our services are located in hospitals and in the community and work closely with local councils, NHS organisations and the community and voluntary sector.
We provide a range of services for people who have serious mental illness such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, as well as more common mental health problems including depression, anxiety and dementia.
Our community services provide a wide range of treatment and care for the whole community, helping to keep people out of hospital and ensuring that they receive the highest quality care.
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Our primary goal is to deliver the most appropriate mental and physical health and wellbeing services wherever and whenever the people of Manchester need them.
Partnership working is key to our successes, both with other organisations in the city and, more importantly, with those who use our services, enabling them to identify and achieve their personal goals.
We are a recovery-focused organisation and have achieved national demonstrator site status for our work in this area.
We are also a leading force in mental health research, attracting more funding than any other Trust outside London, and are a key partner in Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, using our research findings to influence all that we do.
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust offers a wide range of health and social care services in south east London, specialising in community health, mental health and learning disability services.
We have been the main provider of specialist mental health care in Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich for more than ten years and have developed a comprehensive portfolio of services in community and hospital settings.
We provide adult learning disability services across Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich as well as forensic mental health care across south east London and in Kent Prisons.
We also provide a range of physical health services to adults and children in the community in the boroughs of Bexley and Greenwich.
These range from health visitors working with the very young to district nurses and therapists meeting the physical health needs of older people.
We provide care for people of all ages and work closely with a variety of partners to ensure that our services are well-integrated and wide-ranging.
We have a workforce of around 3,300 people including many highly skilled health and social care professionals. We have over 110 sites in a variety of locations.
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LYPFT provides specialist mental health and learning disability services to people within Leeds, York, Selby, Tadcaster, Easingwold and parts of North Yorkshire.
Service users are at the heart of our organisation. We constantly strive to provide the best possible care and support, working closely with related organisations to provide effective, accessible and modern mental health and learning disability services.
Working in partnership with our local communities, our core purpose is to improve the mental health and well being of the people who use our services.
Arts and Minds is a partnership project co-ordinated by LYPFT. Arts & Minds exists to champion the vital role of creativity in promoting inclusion, recovery and mental wellbeing. We also support individuals receiving health and social care services to engage with the cultural life of Leeds.
East London NHS Foundation Trust provides community and mental health services to City of London and the London Boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets residents, Psychological Therapy Services in Richmond and a range of specialist services to a wider area.
We operate from 49 community and inpatient sites and employ approximately 3700 staff.
We were one of the first trusts to provide Improved Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) as a Department of Health pilot site, to pilot ‘Telehealth’ technology to monitor and support people with long term health conditions and a trailblazer in the early diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease.
The Trust is linked with the University of London, City University and South Bank University and is strongly involved in health-related research, training and education.