West London NHS Trust provides mental health, community and social care services for children and adults.

We deliver care and treatment in the London boroughs of Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham and Hounslow – in the community, hospital, specialist clinics and forensic (secure) units.

We also deliver a range of national, specialist and forensic services.

Browse our services below, or you can use our service finder.

Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS)

  • CAMHS stands for child and adolescent mental health service. We provide mental health assessment and treatment for children and young people aged 0-18, and support for their families in Ealing, Hounslow and Hammersmith and Fulham.

Mental health services

  • West London NHS Trust provides acute inpatient care services at Hammersmith and Fulham Mental Health Unit and Lakeside Mental Health Unit, for those who need support for severe mental health problems or a mental health crisis.

  • Amadeus recovery house is a community-based short stay house that offers an alternative to a hospital stay for people experiencing a mental health crisis.

  • The Cassel Hospital provides treatment for adults with severe and complex personality disorders, and young people with emerging personality disorders who’ve often exhausted all other avenues of help from mental health services.

  • Our clozapine clinics run in 3 locations. Referrals are made through mental health services.

  • Crisis Assessment and Treatment Teams (CATT) are a mental health service based in the community, supporting people in Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham and Hounslow. They assess adults in mental health crisis, or those needing intensive home-based support.

  • The early intervention for psychosis team provides assessment and support for those with a suspected first-episode of psychosis.

  • West London community eating disorders service is a specialist outpatient service which offers assessment, treatment and monitoring for people aged 18 and over with conditions such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder.

  • About Electroconvulsive therapy, and how it is offered by a highly trained and expert team.

  • We're a specialist forensic child and adolescent mental health team, supporting professionals working with young people under the age of 18, who are at risk of being placed in a secure setting. We'll work to help maintain community and educational placements, aiming for positive outcomes for young people and their families.

  • The Forensic Outreach Service and Specialist Community Forensic Teams are forensic community mental health teams supporting people moving out of secure settings.

  • The Hounslow Wellbeing Network supports people to connect, helping to reduce stigma and mental illness. We’re also open to those who may be experiencing difficult times and those on a journey of personal recovery. Our aim is to combat social isolation, loneliness, depression and anxiety, improving the health and wellbeing of local residents.

  • We offer talking therapies to help with common problems like stress, anxiety and depression, for people in the boroughs of Ealing, Hounslow and Hammersmith and Fulham. We do this with a service called IAPT – improving access to psychological therapies. There's an IAPT service for each borough.

  • The individual placement support service is a team of employment specialists with experience of working with people who’ve had mental health issues. For those who feel ready to search for, apply for and take up paid work, the service provides helps people to do so as part of their journey to recovery.

  • How the Liaison and diversion service provides assessment and care for vulnerable people with mental health problems in the criminal justice system

  • The liaison psychiatry service looks after the mental health needs of people in hospital who also have physical health problems.

  • We’re improving the way we provide mental health care services across the boroughs of Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham and Hounslow, so that they're easier to access, more connected to the community and designed to meet individual needs. We’ve called it MINT which stands for mental health integrated network teams.

  • Older people's mental health services provide assessment, treatment, therapy and support for older people with complex mental health needs, including dementia, through community teams and inpatient services in Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Hounslow.

  • The perinatal mental health service is a special team that gives extra help to women who're having mental health problems when they’re pregnant or after they’ve had their baby. 

  • We provide pharmacy services at Clayponds Hospital, Broadmoor Hospital and the St Bernard’s Hospital site.The pharmacy service supports staff, patients and carers to use medicines safely and effectively.

  • Our psychological medicine services are part of Ealing Community Partners (ECP). They work alongside and are integrated with our other community teams. We support people with psychological needs caused by, or contributing to, long-term physical health conditions.

  • Psychologists working in acute mental health services provide rapid assessment and brief interventions and therapies for people who are cared for by our acute inpatient teams.

  • The West London NHS Recovery College provides courses that are open to people under the care of our services, as well as to staff, families, supporters and carers. We work in partnership with local communities, to develop and deliver training and courses services, systems and cultures that support recovery and wellbeing.

  • The Mental Health Single Point of Access is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and provides urgent help from trained mental health advisors, for those in crisis.

  • The vocational recovery service supports people who’re under the care of West London NHS Trust and who have employment related issues. We work with people who are engaged with the recovery and early intervention teams. We’re part of the Mental Health Integrated Network Teams (MINT).

  • West London forensic service provide a range of medium and low secure services, specialist rehabilitation and community forensic mental health services for men and women.

Secure services

  • Broadmoor Hospital is a specialist high secure psychiatric hospital. Find out about care provided, career opportunities and visiting information for carers.

  • High secure services provide inpatient care for male service users who can’t be treated safely in lower levels of security.

  • There are 5 wards in the men’s low secure service on the St Bernard’s Hospital site in Ealing. These treat and support service users as they prepare to transition safely from a secure setting into the community.

  • Three Bridges is a medium secure unit which provides secure services to men with complex and enduring needs, who pose a risk to themselves or others, and who require a secure setting

  • The Orchard unit provides high-quality care for women who have mental illness, or a personality disorder and who need care in a low, medium or enhanced medium secure setting. It is on St Bernard's Hospital site.

  • West London NHS Trust provides women’s low, medium and medium enhanced secure services for women who have a mental disorder and whose behaviour poses a risk to others.

Community services

  • The community independence service (CIS), in partnership with Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, offers care at home to help people avoid unplanned hospital admissions.

  • We provide a range of support services for people diagnosed with dementia, which also provide respite for carers.

  • We offer a range of support and advice services to help you stay well. These include tuberculosis (TB) awareness and support for patients to stop smoking, and with other ways of improving health.

  • We help people avoid admission to hospital with our Rapid Response and Home First teams, and speed up their recovery in specialist community-based rehabilitation wards

  • Adults with a diagnosis of learning disability can get support from the community team for people with learning disabilities (CTPLD). This team of health and social work professionals work in partnership with people with learning disabilities, their families, carers and other agencies.

  • We help people manage long term conditions and provide community nursing, often at home. These services include management of diabetes, bladder and bowel problems, wound care and home oxygen.

  • We help people with ongoing conditions to retain and improve their independence. These services include: physiotherapy, podiatry, speech and language therapy and occupational therapy.

  • We provide enhanced primary care (GP) service for people in nursing homes in the Ealing area. Find out more about the service, the care you receive, referral information and contact details for the service.

  • We provide pharmacy services at Clayponds Hospital, Broadmoor Hospital and the St Bernard’s Hospital site.The pharmacy service supports staff, patients and carers to use medicines safely and effectively.

  • Our psychological medicine services are part of Ealing Community Partners (ECP). They work alongside and are integrated with our other community teams. We support people with psychological needs caused by, or contributing to, long-term physical health conditions.

  • We provide proactive outreach and remote clinical support to certain residential care homes in Ealing, speeding up communication with patients’ registered GPs and other services.

  • 111*6 is a clinical telemedicine advice line for care homes across North West London. This service offers a dedicated *6 telephone line that allows care homes to get a quicker response and clinical advice when calling NHS 111. There’s an option for some care homes to convert to a video call for additional support.

Children's community services

  • The children's audiology service provides hearing assessments, routine checks, and follow-up services for children aged 7 months to 18 years who live in Ealing.

  • The Child Development Team (CDT) in Ealing assesses and cares for children with developmental difficulties.

  • The children’s specialist community nursing service, provides community nursing support to children ages 0 to 18 in the borough of Ealing.

  • The Looked After Children service is an integral part of the care provided by Ealing Community Partners which integrates health, social care and educational services for children

  • Occupational therapists provide advice and support to parents, carers and other professionals, working across a range of settings, such as home, school and clinics.

  • Ealing paediatric physiotherapy service works with children to help them become as active as possible. Using manual therapy and therapeutic exercise, also offering tailored advice and supporting behavioural change.

  • The Ealing special school nursing team provides high-quality healthcare to children and young people who need specialist nursing care during school hours, so that they can go school and is part of the Ealing Services for Children with Additional Needs (ESCAN).

  • Our speech and language therapy for children service provides support for children who live in Ealing, aged 0 to 18 years, who have problems with speech, language, communication, eating, drinking and swallowing. We’re a team of over 70 speech and language therapists working with parents, carers and professionals.