We provide specialist mental health and learning disability services to the people of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. We’re an innovative and forward-thinking organisation, with a real commitment to providing a high quality service. We were also the first trust in the country to be awarded an ‘outstanding’ rating for acute inpatient services, crisis services and psychiatric intensive care services.
We have a variety of opportunities available for experienced and newly qualified staff. If you are looking for a new role and want to learn more about working for ²gether, visit our dedicated recruitment website.
Carers and families provide a vital support network but are at greater risk of experiencing mental and physical health problems and emotional stress themselves due to the demands of being a carer. As well as providing care and treatment for the people who use our services, we are also here to support you.
Your views and suggestions are important. They help us to improve the services we provide. We would like you to tell us about your experiences so that we can continue to make life better for people who use our services and their families/carers.
News and views
The NHS has today announced that an additional £5 million will fund reviews to improve care for people with a learning disability and committed to renewed national action to tackle serious conditions. The world’s first programme to review the deaths of everyone with a...read more
Health and care partners in Gloucestershire are re-launching their ‘Red Information Folder’ to coincide with Dementia Action Week, which takes place from 20-26 May 2019. The pack provides useful information and resources for people living with dementia. It was...read more
Charlton Lane Hospital are celebrating Dying Matters Week this week with lots of information events to promote the importance of 'Being Ready'. 66,907,379 is the number of people in the world as of 13/5/19. Only 26,762,952 have made a will. Only 4,014,443 have a...read more
The theme of this year's awareness raising week is 'body image' - how we think and feel about our bodies. Just over 34% of people feel down about the way they look according to recent research. Being unhappy about the image we project to the world has a big impact on...read more
Colin I have been nursing since 1990 and qualified as an Registered Mental Health Nurse in 1996, I am approaching 30 years in the profession and have worked in all areas of mental health and learning disabilities in that time, at all grades up to my...read more
An event at the Kindle Centre marked the launch of the new service. Clinicians from 2gether explained how the service will operate and the impact it will have on the lives of women who develop (or relapse from) a serious mental health condition either during pregnancy...read more
What is ²gether NHS Foundation Trust?
²gether NHS Foundation Trust (²gether) provides specialist mental health and learning disability services to the people of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
We serve a combined population of 761,000 people who live within 1,900 square miles of rural and urban landscape. 96% of our services are provided within the community and as close to an individual’s family and friends as possible – this is an essential factor in helping to improve a person’s recovery.
Last year, our 2,300 dedicated permanent and bank staff delivered services to more than 40,000 individuals and offered education and support to their carers and families.