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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
Better Together

Our services

We provide a wide range of inpatient, community and specialist mental health services. These services include: rehabilitation, home treatment, community mental health services, assertive outreach, early intervention, inpatient services, day services and mental health wellbeing services.

The Trust has now introduced one number to call for all new mental health referrals from GPs. To find out more please click here

Regulation of our services

Our services are regulated and inspected by the Care Quality Commission, to ensure their consistently high standards.

For more information on our regulation please visit the Care Quality Commission website.

To help you navigate your way around our services we have also created an A-Z of services.

We also manage the delivery of mental healthcare in HMP Birmingham and work closely with the criminal justice system.

Many of our services are based within the local community, so that people can receive treatment in an environment they're used to, including in their own home. This means that people can continue to lead active lives in the community while receiving the support they need for their mental health issues.   

Our dedicated, specialist teams work closely with patients, their carers and families to put together a plan of care which suits each individual person and offers different types of support including community, inpatient, outpatient and day services.

Support services

We also offer a range of support services by working with different agencies throughout Birmingham and Solihull. These include support at home, housing schemes, social groups, education and training and employment schemes. All of these aim to help people remain independent and active.