About us

South West London and St Georges aims

South West London and St Georges work in partnership with colleagues in primary care, local authorities and the non-statutory sector to:

  • Promote mental health and improve awareness of its importance
  • Support people with mental health problems and their families
  • Provide care and treatment to the highest standards
  • Help schools and employers to challenge the stigma

Their aim is to serve the mental health needs of everyone in such diverse communities.

South West London and St Georges services

Available in south west London:

  • Inpatient, outpatient and community services for children, adults and older people with mental health problems
  • Inpatient, outpatient and community services for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction
  • Inpatient and community services for people with mental health problems who have been through the criminal justice system

Services available nationwide

  • Learning disability services for children and adults with mental health problems
  • Mental health services for deaf children and adults
  • Eating disorders services for children and adults
  • Personality disorder services
  • Services for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive and body-dysmorphic disorders
  • Perinatal unit for mothers and their babies
  • Traumatic stress service

The Trust also provides education, training and research in partnership with St George's University of London, Kingston University, London South Bank University, King's College London, University of Surrey, Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology and Brunel University.