Statistics about mental health, learning disabilities and autism services

Summary

This page provides links to NHS Digital publications on secondary mental health, learning disabilities and autism services.

Mental Health Services (MHSDS) Monthly Statistics (January 2016 to present)

Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Statistics (MHLDS) reports (September 2014 to November 2015)

Monthly Mental Health Minimum Dataset (MHMDS) reports (April 2013 - August 2014)

Routine Quarterly MHMDS reports (October 2009 - June 2013)

Mental Health Bulletin

Mental Health Act Statistics, Annual Figures

From 2016/17 the Mental Health Services Dataset (MHSDS) - supplemented by the Annual uses of the Mental Health Act 1983 in English acute trusts (MHA Acute) collection - became the official source of statistics on the use of the Mental Health Act 1983 in healthcare settings.

Mental Health Act Statistics, Annual Figures: 2016-17, Experimental Statistics

Mental Health Act Statistics, Annual Figures: prior to 2016-17

Related Publications

Statistics about services commissioned as part of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme can be found separately at:

Reports from IAPT

Statistics about learning disability services sourced from the Assuring Transformation collection can be found at:

Reports from Assuring Transformation Collection

Further information

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    Mental Health Services Data Set

    The Mental Health Services Data Set (MHSDS) contains record-level data about the care of children, young people and adults who are in contact with mental health, learning disabilities or autism spectrum disorder services.

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    Mental Health Services Monthly Statistics

    This monthly statistical release makes available the most recent MHSDS data from January 2016 onwards and replaces the Monthly MHLDS Reports (last published in February). The release provides the most up to date information available about care given to users of NHS funded secondary mental health, learning disability and autism services for all ages in England.