News archive September 2019

Reducing pressure on the London Ambulance Service at this time

We know the festive period can be difficult for people. If you are struggling or need support and don't have physical health problems, please think before phoning for an ambulance. You can call our mental health crisis line anytime 24/7 to get help and advice on 0800 151 0023.

  • Balloons and baubles for Tom’s Club’s tenth birthday

    04 September 2019

    The Haringey club for people with dementia and their carers celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.

    Tom’s Club was set up with donations from friends and family of former Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea footballer Tom Harmer. Tom was supported by the Haringey Admiral Nurse Service when he developed vascular dementia. It is now run jointly by Admiral nurses – mental health nurses specialising in dementia – and the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust.

  • Celebrating the legacy of the Windrush pioneers

    05 September 2019

    The Windrush Generation was celebrated in song, poetry, food and music at an event hosted on Thursday, 22 August 2019 at Chestnuts Community Centre in Haringey. It was sponsored by Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust, our Strategic Alliance partner.

  • Carers’ Forum for In-Patient Mental Health Services for Older People in Enfield

    09 September 2019

    The in-patient teams for Older People in Enfield (The Oaks, Cornwall Villa and Silver Birches) have started a monthly Carers’ Forum. It aims to provide a space for family and carers of our in-patients (current and previous) so they can receive additional support.

  • BEH celebrates success and looks to the future at this year's AGM

    17 September 2019

    Over a hundred staff, local people and service users attended yesterday’s (Monday 16 September) Annual General Meeting at the Regency Banqueting Suite in Tottenham. 

  • Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust moves up to “Good” CQC rating, and is “very patient-centred”

    25 September 2019

    We have been rated as “Good” by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in its report published today.

    This reflects improvements the Trust has made since the last CQC inspection in 2017 when our rating was “Requires Improvement”.