Mental Health Services Monthly Statistics Final June, Provisional July 2019Official statistics, Experimental statistics
- Publication Date:
- 12 Sep 2019
- Geographic Coverage:
- Geographical Granularity:
- Clinical Commissioning Groups, Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs), Independent Sector Health Care Providers, Mental Health Trusts, Provider, Regions, Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships
- Date Range:
- 01 Apr 2019 to 31 Jul 2019
This publication provides the most timely picture available of people using NHS funded secondary mental health, learning disabilities and autism services in England. These are experimental statistics which are undergoing development and evaluation. This information will be of use to people needing access to information quickly for operational decision making and other purposes. More detailed information on the quality and completeness of these statistics is made available later in our Mental Health Bulletin: Annual Report publication series.
A correction has been made to this publication on 07 May 2020. This amendment relates to a number of statistics published here; the specific measures effected are listed in the Metadata file available in the below link. All listed measures have now been corrected. The provisional statistics have also been removed as they are now superseded by the Final data published in the following month. NHS Digital apologises for any inconvenience caused.
Women in contact with mental health services who were new or expectant mothers analysis was added to this publication 08 June 2020.
- At the end of June, there were 1,367,244 people in contact with services; the majority of these (1,062,437) were in adult mental health services. There were 237,349 people in contact with children and young people’s mental health services and 116,267 in learning disabilities and autism services.
- 310,198 new referrals were received into services during June and 1,684,219 care contacts were attended.
- 22,247 people were subject to the Mental Health Act at the end of June, including 15,717 people detained in hospital.