Mental Health Services Monthly Statistics - Final January, Provisional February 2019
This is part of Mental Health Services Monthly StatisticsOfficial statistics, Experimental statistics
- Publication date:
- 11 Apr 2019
- Geographic coverage:
- Geographical granularity:
- Clinical Commissioning Groups, Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs), Mental Health Trusts, Independent Sector Health Care Providers, Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships
- Date range:
- 01 Nov 2018 to 28 Feb 2019
This publication provides the most timely statistics available relating to NHS funded secondary mental health, learning disabilities and autism services in England. This information will be of use to people needing access to information quickly for operational decision making and other purposes. These statistics are derived from submissions made using version 3.0 of the Mental Health Services Dataset (MHSDS). This edition includes final statistics for January 2019 and provisional statistics for February 2019.
NHS Digital review the quality and completeness of the submissions used to create these statistics on an ongoing basis. More information about this work can be found in the Accuracy and reliability section of this report. Fully detailed information on the quality and completeness of particular statistics in this release is not available due to the timescales involved in reviewing submissions and engaging with data providers. The information that has been obtained at the time of publication is made available in the Provider Feedback sections of the Data Quality Reports which accompany this release. Information gathered after publication is released in future editions of this publication series. More detailed information on the quality and completeness of these statistics and a summary of how these statistics may be interpreted is made available later in our Mental Health Bulletin: Annual Report publication series. All elements of this publication, other editions of this publication series, and related annual publication series' can be found in the Related Links below.
Please note: The provider breakdown for AMH04 (People in contact with adult mental health services on CPA at the end of RP with HoNOS recorded) has not been included in this publication and will not be included in future publications until the cause is rectified. NHS Digital will inform users once this issue has been resolved. NHS Digital apologises for any inconvenience caused.
Mental health, learning disabilities and autism services
- At the end of January, there were 1,331,375 people in contact with services; the majority of these (1,039,161) were in adult mental health services. There were 229,217 people in contact with children and young people’s mental health services and 107,480 in learning disabilities and autism services .
- 319,191 new referrals were received into services during January and 1,801,902 care contacts were attended.
- 21,097 people were subject to the Mental Health Act at the end of January, including 15,304 people detained in hospital.
Adult mental health services
- Between 1 November and 31 January 3,467 referrals with suspected first episode psychosis started treatment, of which 2,320 (66.9%) waited two weeks or less.
- 77.2% of people in contact with adult mental health services at the end of January who had been treated under the Care Programme Approach for twelve months received a review during that time.
- There were 9,209 open ward stays at the end of January in adult acute mental health inpatient care , and 5,960 open ward stays in specialised adult mental health services .
Children and young people in contact with mental health services
- Between 1 November and 31 January 2,976 new referrals for people aged under 19 with eating disorder issues were received.
- There were 443,508 referrals active at any point during January for people aged under 19, of which 66,650 were new referrals and 50,403 people under 19 were discharged during the month.
- Of the 1,256,172 in contact with mental health services at the end of January, 324,044 (25.8% ) were aged under 19.