In this brief blog, we will discuss the greater manchester mental health trust.
What is the greater manchester mental health?
The Greater Manchester Mental Health is an NHS trust and foundation in the North of England.
The greater manchester mental health headquarters is in Prestwich which is near Manchester.
The greater manchester mental health provides mental health services in Bolton, Salford and Trafford, inpatient alcohol and drug recovery services in Prestwich as well as community services in Salford, Trafford, Cumbria, Wigan and Leigh, Blackburn with Darwen and Central Lancashire.
It also provides secure services for adults and various specialist mental health services.
The Greater Manchester Mental Health employs around 4,750 members of staff, who deliver services from more than 130 locations.
Over a 12-month period, the GMMH will see in the region of 53,000 service users.
The Greater Manchester mental healthsTrust’s Greenway Unit at Trafford General Hospital was the subject of a King’s Fund project “Enhancing the Healing Environment” in 2005.
Nursing placements at the Trust received ‘outstanding’ ratings in a report published in 2010 following an inspection by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
It was named by the Health Service Journal as one of the top hundred NHS trusts to work for in 2015.
At that time it had 2,650 full-time equivalent staff and a sickness absence rate of 6.5%.
61% of staff recommend it as a place for treatment and 59% recommended it as a place to work.
In 2016 it took over Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust. and in January 2017 changed its name to Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
The greater manchester mental health commissioners are:
Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group
Local authorities in Cumbria, Central Lancashire, Manchester, Trafford Salford, Wigan and Leigh.
Manchester North Clinical Commissioning Group
Manchester Central Clinical Commissioning Group
Manchester South Clinical Commissioning Group
Salford Clinical Commissioning Group
Trafford Clinical Commissioning Group
The Greater Manchester mental health is regulated and audited by the quality care commission to ensure it is keeping up to standard.
If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, loneliness or any similar mental health issue then seeking help for it may be a good option.
Mental health issues such as depression, loneliness and anxiety can affect anyone of us.
If you are under 18 then CAMHS, an NHS run programme may just be the answer for your mental health struggles.
You should look to see if you meet the CAMHS referral criteria and then fill in the CAMHS referral form.