2gether NHS Foundation Trust (2gether) provides specialist mental health and learning disability services to the people of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
We serve a combined population of 761,000 people. 96% of services are provided within the community and as close to an individuals' family and friends as possible - this is an essential factor in helping to improve a person's recovery.
Last year our 2,300 dedicated permanent and bank staff made over 280,000 telephone and face to face contacts.
We provide a wide range of community based care, including primary and intermediate mental health care teams, recovery teams, one stop teams, assertive outreach teams, crisis teams, older people teams, community learning disability teams, children and young people teams and social care.
Our specific, targeted services include Let's Talk (IAPT), Managing Memory 2gether, Gloucestershire Recovery in Psychosis (Early Intervention) and our eating disorders Service.
Our acute and rehabilitation inpatient care units for over 18s and older people are Wotton Lawn Hospital, Charlton Lane Hospital, Stonebow Unit, Honeybourne Unit, Laurel House and Oak House. Wotton Lawn Hospital also incorporates our Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (Greyfriars), a low secure facility (Montpellier Unit) and the Maxwell Centre, our Section 136 assessment suite. Westridge and Hollybrook are inpatient units for people with learning disabilities.
We also provide Occupational Health services to public and private sector clients through Working Well 2gether, and our Journey 2 Work and Back 2 Work services facilitate vocational opportunities and promote social inclusion for people in recovery.
Our aim is 'Making Life Better' and our values are:
- Seeing from a service user perspective
- Excelling and improving
- Valuing and respectful
- Inclusive, open and honest
- Can do
- Efficient, effective, economic and equitable