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
It's more than three years since I was last in Wotton Lawn, but still when my mood dips I want to be back in hospital. I spent almost 16 months on the recovery ward at Laurel House in Cheltenham, between November 2014 and February 2016, and when I left I was ready to...read more
An essential upgrade to our telephony system means that incoming calls to some of our sites will be unavailable for a short time on certain evenings this week. Calls to our crisis service, outgoing calls and internal calls will be unaffected. The work will begin this...read more
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) check the quality of health and care providers. They will soon carry out an inspection of our services. They want to meet our service users and carers to find out what you think about the services we provide. There are two focus...read more
People with poor mental health are at greater risk of experiencing the three main factors which can lead to homelessness: poverty, isolation and vulnerability. In turn, being homeless can cause a decline in mental health and lead to anxiety, fear, depression,...read more
Information and advice on children and young people’s mental health is being promoted by experts from ²gether NHS Foundation Trust during Children’s Mental Health Week. The Trust is sharing 10 top tips to help children and young people cope with ups and downs on their...read more
Writing is more than a hobby; it helps with so many areas of my life. I believe, and I’ve been told, that I am good at it. I’ve written two books about my experiences of mental illness which I hope to publish one day. I’ve also started writing short stories about...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.