Accessibility options |

Staff hit the streets for charity half marathon

26 Sep 2013

Around 20 individuals including members of staff from West London Mental Health Trust have signed up for the Ealing Half Marathon in order to raise awareness about the Alzheimer’s Society funded study ‘PREVENT’.

Passionate voices at trust AGM

26 Sep 2013

This year’s annual general meeting was a huge success, with inspiring stories, music and passionate voices from the audience.

AGM on Wednesday 25 September

23 Sep 2013

The trust’s AGM (Annual General Meeting) will be held this Wednesday, 25 September, in the Lampton Park Centre, Hounslow.

Trust HQ and Ealing CAMHS move this weekend

21 Aug 2013

Our trust headquarters and Ealing child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) will be moving to new offices on Tuesday 27 August.

Boost for young people’s mental health services

15 Aug 2013

Child and adolescent mental health services run by the West London Mental Health NHS Trust have been awarded funding to take part in a national programme which will improve the scope of mental health services available to local young people.

Outreach project helps improve mental wellbeing

08 Aug 2013

A new project to support people with mental health problems from the deprived White City estate has been praised by participants.

Become a foundation trust governor

06 Aug 2013

Do you want more influence over the way your local mental health services are run?
Would you like our board of directors to hear your views? Foundation trust governors will be elected by our members to represent local people…

Quality Awards – nominate an everyday hero

31 Jul 2013

Nominations for the 2013 Quality Awards are now open. Download a nomination form or pick up a paper copy at one of our sites.

Non-executive directors re-appointed

30 Jul 2013

Christine Higgins and Barbara Kerin have been reappointed as non-executive directors of West London Mental Health NHS Trust for a further four years.

‘It’s a mad world’ on BBC3

30 Jul 2013

BBC3 is currently running a series of films looking at a range of mental health issues affecting young people in Britain.