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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
Better Together
Our sites

Our Trust has over 40 sites that range from teams in your local community, through to inpatient hospitals and residential settings.

With over 4000 dedicated staff, we’re well equipped to provide you or your loved ones with the help and support you need.

Find visiting details for our sites such as directions, local public transport and visiting hours of the inpatient units.

Hugh Rickards

We are a trust with a strong reputation in research, innovation and service excellence. Although we are based in Birmingham and Solihull, our desire to share good practice has seen us create links both nationally and internationally.

Find out more about our national and international reputation here.

Your feedback is important to us

We are committed to continuously improving our services based on your feedback.

If you would like to give feedback on any of our services using the NHS Friends and Family Test then you can now do this by clicking on this link

Our Customer Relations (PALS) team is there to take your views and offer any liaison or support. Click here for their contact details. Whether you would like to give a compliment to a member of our staff, or share a great experience of our service, or whether you’ve got some concerns – let our PALS team know! 

Healthwatch are an independent local champion for people who use health and social care services. Find out more information here

FFT home page

For urgent mental health help please call our helpline

0121 262 3555


0800 915 9292
(24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

Click here for further information

Trust Talk 

Trust Talk issue one

Trust Talk is our all-new quarterly publication for service users, carers, families and staff.

Take a look at Trust Talk

Recovery College for All

Take a look at some of our helpful resources.

Click here to find out more.

Need help with stress, anxiety and low mood?

Birmingham Healthy Minds
Coping alone with things like depression and anxiety  can be a heavy burden to carry, but help is available to lighten the load.

Click here to find out more

Join us

Join us
Click here to find out about opportunities to join our Trust, including careers, work experience, volunteering and apprenticeships.