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Help us challenge stigma and discrimination

This October, we are supporting World Mental Health Day with a month long series of events aimed at challenging stigma and discrimination and raising awareness of mental health issue.

See the list of events here.

October 2014

Latest news and events

CRI and SWLSTG secure two year Richmond substance misuse contract   Read more >
News date: 3 October 2014
Get ready for fun with Happy Soul   Read more >
News date: 2 October 2014
Trust Nurse Leader invited to Downing Street health summit   Read more >
News date: 1 October 2014

Patient experience - Talk to us

If you would like to talk to someone about our services you can call our dedicated Patient Experience Team. The team has a dedicated Patient Advice and Liaison Services (PALS) line: 020 3513 6150. This line is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

There are lots of ways you can give us your views. Click here for more information

Need urgent help?

If you need urgent help and are already a patient of the Trust's services, contact:

  • your care co-ordinator (during office hours)
  • Crisis Line on 0800 028 8000 (5pm-9am Mon-Fri, 24 hours Sat and Sun)

There are also a number of helplines such as Mind, Rethink and the Samaritans who can help. Details of these helplines can be found here.

Public Consultation

Public Consultation - inpatient mental health services in south west London

29 September 2014 - 21 December 2014​​

Mental health is important. One in four of us will experience some kind of mental health need. All the evidence suggests that the demand for mental health care is rising, and will continue to rise.

We need modern mental health inpatient facilities that are fit for purpose, give people the best chance to recover in the best environment, support staff to deliver high quality care, and are sustainable for the NHS in the long term.

This consultation is about the future location for mental health inpatient facilities for people in Kingston, Merton, Sutton, Richmond and Wandsworth, and for a range of specialist mental health inpatient services serving a wider catchment area.

Click here for more information.

Join us - Become a Member

Becoming a member is the best way to be involved in the Trust's work and ensures you have your say in shaping the direction of local healthcare. 

Our members help us ensure that we are providing the very best service we can - a service built around the needs of the community.

As a member you can choose how involved you want to be, from coming along to meetings to participating in elections or just receiving regular information on the Trust.

Find out more about becoming a member >