We provide a wide range of treatment and care. Most of our patients are treated in the community; only a few need hospital care.
What you need to know about being in hospital under a Mental Health Act section.
If you are in hospital under section 3 or 37, you may be able to leave hospital under a community treatment order (CTO).
You can get free, independent and confidential advice from an independent mental health advocate (IMHA) whilst in hospital.
The Mental Health Act gives a patient's nearest relative certain rights, provided the patient gives consent.
How to raise concerns about your treatment and care under the Mental Health Act, or that of someone close to you.
Voluntary patients, also known as informal patients, are those that have consented to hospital treatment for mental health difficulties.
Leaflets about the Mental Health Act, including easy read versions.