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St Andrew’s Healthcare is the UK’s leading charity providing specialist mental healthcare and the largest provider of charitable services to the National Health Service.
We were established in 1838 and care for people across six services: Men’s Mental Health, Women’s Mental Health, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), Neuropsychiatry, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Learning Disability.
Across four locations - in Northampton, Birmingham, Essex and Nottinghamshire - we care for some of the most clinically complex patients in the mental health system. people who could not, in many cases, be treated elsewhere. Many are in the criminal justice system and are some of the most vulnerable people being treated anywhere in the health service.
We develop innovative ways to help patients recover, creating a package of care designed around each individual, focusing on physical and spiritual wellbeing as well as mental health.
We provide mental healthcare at four UK sites
Providing life skills and work experience
Mental health therapy for private patients
Our extensive programme of hosted events
Mental health reports and community services
Patients, family and friends
Living at and visiting St Andrew's Healthcare
Teenage patients to feature in BBC Two documentary 'Girls on the Edge'
Three teenagers in our care are to be featured in a one-off BBC Two documentary.
St Andrew's Essex partners with Southend United to bring football to our patients
Patients at St Andrew's in Essex are learning all about the beautiful game, thanks to Southend Utd.