Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

0113 855 5000 2150 Century Way, Thorpe Park , Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8ZB

1 out of 5 stars

Based on 24 ratings for this trust



  • Caring and compassionate staff praised in latest Care Quality Commission report
The Becklin Centre

Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT) provides specialist mental health and learning disability services to people in Leeds.

We also provide specialist inpatient Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and Low Secure Forensic Service in York which serve the regional population. Our specialist services accept national referrals.

Service users are at the heart of our organisation. We constantly strive to provide the best possible care and support, working closely with related organisations to provide effective, accessible and modern mental health and learning disability services.

Working in partnership with our local communities, our core purpose is to improve the mental health and well-being of the people who use our services.

We aim to provide excellent quality mental health and learning disability care that supports people to achieve the very best that they can for their health and wellbeing.

And as a teaching trust with strong links to local universities, we have a reputation as a centre of excellence for teaching, research and development.

We believe that we can make a real difference to people’s health and lives and, by doing so, give hope for the future to the people who use our services, to their families and their carers.


Latest news

Caring and compassionate staff praised in latest Care Quality Commission report

Service users and carers have gave Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust overwhelmingly positive feedback on how they are treated in the latest inspection report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

The CQC published their latest report on Friday 27 April 2018 following an inspection of seven of the Trust’s services earlier this year as part of their new well-led inspection process.

In the report they said staff were “caring and compassionate during their interactions with patients” and that “feedback from patients confirmed that staff treated them well and with kindness, compassion and respect.”

They went on to say that “patients were positive about the care and treatment they received and felt involved in the decision-making” and that “staff involved carers and others close to patients in decisions about the care and treatment provided by the service.”

The report shows that 85% of the Trust’s services are now rated as either good or outstanding. However there are still a number of issues to resolve including three services rated as requires improvement alongside some actions the Trust needs to take centrally. As such the Trust has been rated requires improvement overall.

Read the full CQC report here:


Last updated on 26 June 2019.

Things you should know

• We provide excellent quality, evidence-based, safe care that involves people and promotes recovery and wellbeing
• We work with partners and local communities to improve health and lives
• We value and develop our workforce and those supporting us
• We provide efficient and sustainable services

Latest reviews of this organisation

Can't handle complaints

I was surprised to find out how your organisation responded to a complaint. Whilst I do not know all the details, I found some of the sta...

31 July 2019

Uncomfortable Enviroment

I had an appointment at St Marys house. When I got there a man was sitting on the floor outside complaining. I was fine with this, everyo...

25 July 2019

CONNECT Eating disorders service. terrible service

If you know what is good for you, if it is recovery you are hoping for this service will no doubt shatter that hope. The staff lack empat...

19 July 2019

Misleading and

I was seen by liason psychiatry in St James..the doctor did not tell me that he worked for the Leeds and York Trust , not the Leeds Teach...

6 June 2019

Tries but misses the mark

My brother has been a long term LYPFT patient, and he is on the austic spectrum. We are a very close knit Muslim family. At first I thou...

9 May 2019

Last updated on 01 July 2019.

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