We serve a population of 1.3 million and our vision is a happier and more hopeful life for everyone in our communities.
More than 3,800 dedicated and skilled staff deliver care from 88 different locations in six boroughs:
Our mental health teams provide care and treatment for people with mild to moderate conditions such as depression, anxiety or dementia, or more serious mental health illnesses such as schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. We run talking therapies, drug and alcohol services, psychiatric intensive care, rehabilitation services, military veterans' services and many more.
Our learning disability services are for people with a moderate to profound level of learning disability, such as those with downs syndrome.
For more detailed information about the services we provide in each town, visit our service directory.
In the latest NHS staff survey, we were ranked as the best place to work out of all the mental health and learning disability trusts in the North West. Visit our jobs page to see the opportunities available.
Our updated strategy (2022-2025) confirms our commitment to being a specialist mental health, learning disability and autism provider, while recognising the impact of the pandemic and the changes within the health and social care system.
Our big ambitions have not changed, but we have adjusted some timescales and focus:
We have an exciting new plan for people with learning disabilities, their families and carers.
This is our plan for 2020 to 2025 to make learning disability services better: