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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
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Mental health support offer during the coronavirus crisis 

A new Mental Health support offer is now in place offering emotional help, guidance and reassurance to people in Birmingham and Solihull who may be finding the current Coronavirus situation overwhelming.

As well as supporting the public with their worries and increased anxieties about COVID-19, there is also a dedicated helpline to provide support to frontline and key workers.

A number of local organisations are working together to deliver this new service including ourselves, Birmingham Mind, Forward Thinking Birmingham, the Living Well Consortium and Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust. Please click here for further information. 

Important changes to visitors to our inpatient care settings - updated July 2020.

Read more here. 

Our sites

Our Trust has over 50 sites that range from teams in your local community, through to inpatient hospitals and residential settings.

With over 4000 dedicated staff, we’re well equipped to provide you or your loved ones with the help and support you need.

A list of all of our sites can be found here.

An award winning trust

Over the years we’ve worked hard to provide the best possible service for our patients and their carers.

We’ve won national and international awards for the care and treatment we provide throughout the Trust.

But we know there’s always room for improvement, and we’re on a mission to provide outstanding care and facilities for all our patients and their carers.

Find out more about some of the awards we have won here

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We are a trust with a strong reputation in research, innovation and service excellence. Although we are based in Birmingham and Solihull, our desire to share good practice has seen us create links both nationally and internationally.

Find out more about our national and international reputation here.

Your feedback is important to us

We are committed to continuously improving our services based on your feedback.

If you would like to give feedback on any of our services using the NHS Friends and Family Test then contact our Customer Relations (PALS) team. They will be able to take your views and offer any liaison or support. Click here for their contact details. Whether you would like to give a compliment to a member of our staff, or share a great experience of our service, or whether you’ve got some concerns – let our PALS team know!

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Take a look at our events page to find information about what's going on around our Trust in the next few months.

Visiting details

Visiting our sites

Find visiting details for our sites such as directions, local public transport and visiting hours of the inpatient units.

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For urgent mental health help please call our helpline

0121 262 3555
(24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

Click here for further information

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For mental health support during COVID-19 

Mental Health Offer

A new Mental Health Support offer is now in place offering emotional help, guidance and reassurance to people in Birmingham and Solihull who may be finding the current Coronavirus situation overwhelming.

Find out more info

Recovery College for All

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Take a look at some of our helpful resources.

Click here to find out more.

Need help with stress, anxiety and low mood?

Birmingham Healthy Minds
Coping alone with things like depression and anxiety  can be a heavy burden to carry, but help is available to lighten the load.

Click here to find out more

Join us

Join us
Click here to find out about opportunities to join our Trust, including careers, work experience, volunteering and apprenticeships.
BSMHFT videos
Would you like a video tour of one of our sites? Interested in finding out more about what our staff do?

Take a look at our videos here.