Mental Health Concern was born of the NHS in 1986. We provide a wide range of specialist mental health services, which are predominantly commissioned by the NHS and local authorities. We're here so nobody has to struggle alone.
We support many people with a wide range of mental health-related needs, including:
- People taking their final steps away from specialist mental health services and trying to get into work, education, or training.
- People recovering from complex mental ill-health, who require support over long periods of time.
- People with advanced dementia and complex needs.
Our innovative approach to developing services, coupled with close partnerships with the people who use them, enables us to provide high-quality care and support that helps people move on in their lives.
Our services are clinician-led, providing a range of person-centred support with a focus on recovery.
Mental Health Concern is the parent charity of Insight IAPT, a national provider of NHS talking therapies.