The Cavendish Square Group is made up of the following ten London Mental Health trusts:
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust is a large provider of integrated mental health services in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey and also provides community health services in Enfield. We serve a population of 1.2 million, employ more than 3,300 staff, and operate from over 20 main sites in the community.
They have a renowned North London Forensic Service (NLFS), rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission. This service, based in Enfield, cares for and treats people in low and medium secure environments.
The NLFS is the provider of the National Stalking Clinic, and in partnership with the Metropolitan Police jointly deliver the Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC). This service provides risk assessment and management for the member of the Royal Family and Government who are receiving undue attention from people who have mental health issues. NLFS also started a service with the Metropolitan Police and the Suzy Lamplugh Trust called the Stalking Threat Assessment Centre (STAC). STAC, in contrast to FTAC, helps victims and perpetrators of stalking who are ordinary members of the public. In addition, NLFS delivers mental health care in HMP Brixton, HMP Pentonvill an HMP Wormwood Scrubs in London and HMP Grendon and HMP Springhill in Buckinghamshire. NLFS also provides mental health services at HM Young Offenders Institutions at Aylesbury.
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) provides high quality, safe and innovative care to patients in the community, in their homes or in hospital.
They provide services for adults of working age, adults with learning difficulties, and older people in the London area. They currently deliver the majority of their care to residents in the London Boroughs of Camden and Islington. However, they also provide substance misuse and primary care mental health services to people living in Kingston.
The Trust is also a member of University College London Partners (UCLP), one of the world’s leading academic health science partnerships.
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust provides NHS services throughout a person’s life, in physical and mental health and everything in between, at GPs and hospitals to the community and in their own home.
CNWL is a large community facing Trust, caring for people with a wide range of physical and mental health needs in a variety of settings (hospitals, clinics, schools, homes, prisons) for every age. They are the eighth largest provider of mental health and community care in England and provide specialised services to communities outside those areas.
The majority of their services are provided in the community, which means treating people in their homes or from clinics close to home. In this sense they are a very modern part of the NHS, something the new Long Term Plan wants to see more of, with better integration and coordination of care, delivered as close to home as possible.
They employ nearly 7,000 staff providing a range of mental health, community, learning disability, substance misuse, sexual health, dentistry and specialised services to a population of around three million in the South East of England, including in North West London, Surrey, Kent, Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire, treating around 300,000 people either in the community or as inpatients.
East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) provides a wide range of mental health community and inpatient services to children, young people, adults of working age, older adults and forensic services to the City of London, Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Bedfordshire and Luton.
ELFT also runs psychological therapy services in the London Boroughs of Newham, Richmond, Tower Hamlets and Bedfordshire; forensic services for the London boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest, and some specialist mental health services in North London, Hertfordshire and Essex.
Their specialist Mother and Baby Psychiatric Unit based in Homerton receives referrals from London and the South East.
The Trust was awarded university status in recognition of their extensive research and education work. They now have an international research profile thanks to the collaboration with Queen Mary’s, University of London, as The Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry.
Based alongside the Newham Centre for Mental Health, the Unit was named a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre in 2012, recognising their commitment to mental health services development and health gain for patients through active research.
North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT) provides an extensive range of integrated community and mental health services for people living in the London boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest and community health services for people living in the south west Essex areas of Basildon, Brentwood and Thurrock.
They provide an Emotional Wellbeing Mental Health Service for children and young people across the whole of Essex and are the provider of all age eating disorder services and child and adolescent mental health services across Kent and Medway.
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust offers a wide range of health and social care services to people living in south east London and parts of Kent. This includes community health care such as district nursing and health visiting, care for people with learning disabilities and mental health care such as psychiatry, nursing and therapies. Their multidisciplinary teams look after people of all ages and they work in partnership with other parts of the NHS, local councils and the voluntary sector.
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust staff work in many different settings such as hospitals, clinics, prisons, children’s centres, schools and people’s homes. They manage hospital sites including Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup and Memorial Hospital in Woolwich as well as the Bracton Centre.
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLAM) is part of an academic health sciences centre called King's Health Partners with King’s College London (KCL), and Guy’s and St Thomas’ and King’s College Hospital NHS foundation trusts. The aim of SLAM is to be a leader in improving health and wellbeing – locally, nationally and globally.
SLAM is the only mental health trust in the UK to have their own biomedical research centre (BRC) – hosted jointly with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN) at KCL with the aim of translating scientific developments into new ways of screening, detecting, treating and preventing mental illness.
Internationally they work with Macani Medical Centre, an Abu Dhabi based organisation set up to bring the highest quality health care to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. You can find out more about the work they do by visiting the Maudsley Health website.
South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust (SWLSTG) are a leading provider of mental health services across south west London and a beacon of excellence for many of our national mental health services.
SWLSTG serves 1.1 million people across the London boroughs of Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth and employs more than 2,000 staff who provide care and treatment to about 20,000 people from south west London and beyond at any given moment.
They have a long history of innovation that has helped to redefine the mental health landscape in the UK. We have more than 100 clinical teams across the Trust, working to make sure that high quality patient centred care is our key priority. The emphasis of our services is on recovery which means helping people to get on with their lives and to focus on the things that are important to them.
The Trust headquarters are in the impressive grounds of Springfield University Hospital in Tooting, with major inpatient services provided from Tolworth hospital in Kingston, and Queen Mary's hospital in Roehampton. We also operate in many other community locations in London and the south east.
SWLSTG provides community and outpatient services in each of the boroughs we serve and provide many national services such as those for people with eating disorders and OCD as well as national deaf services
The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of mental health services for children, young people, families and adults. Our goal is that more people should have the opportunity to benefit from our approach. We seek to spread our thinking and practice through devising and delivering high quality clinical services, the provision of training and education, research, organisational consulting and influencing public debate.
They are a specialist mental health trust with a focus on training and education alongside a full range of mental health services and psychological therapies for children and their families, young people and adults, as well as being national providers of gender services for adults and children. They are committed to improving mental health and emotional wellbeing, believing that high quality mental health services should be available for all who need them. They bring a distinctive contribution based on the importance we attach to social experience at all stages of people’s lives, and our focus on psychological and developmental approaches to the promotion of health and the prevention and treatment of mental ill health. They contribute to the pool of ideas through our own research and development, but are also committed to bringing together the best ideas from others, both inside and outside the Trust.
West London NHS Trust is one of the most diverse providers of mental health, community and social care in the UK.
Their staff care for people in hospital and in the community, helping them to recover and go on to lead full and productive lives. Their aim to be the best organisation of our kind in the country.
West London NHS Trust provides care and treatment for more than 800,000 people living in the London boroughs of Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow, delivering services in the community (at home, in GP surgeries and care homes), hospital, specialist clinics and forensic (secure) units.