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What does Enablement mean to me?

To mark the one year anniversary of our Enablement Programme we have produced a cartoon which describes Enablement and the positive impact it can have for people who use our services. Watch the video and read more about Enablement.

HSJ Awards winner 2015

Award winner

We have won the Health Service Journal’s Innovation in Mental Health award for our partnership Time 2 Talk project.

I have a dream collage


Our news pages highlights some of the innovative work we do to help break stigma and raise awareness.

group shot of staff at Chase Farm Hospital site

Work with Us

Our staff work hard to provide the best possible patient care.  f you feel you have what we are looking for and want to be part of a team that values your personal and professional development and contributions, join us.  Read more

Proud to be a nurse

Watch our video below with nurses who talk about why they are proud to be a nurse.

About us

We provide integrated mental health and community health services for people of all ages across Barnet, Enfield, Haringey and beyond. We provide community health services for adults and children in Enfield. Find out more about our services and how we can help you on your road to recovery in our Enablement programme.  Read our annual report, quality account, watch our Trust video, meet the senior team and learn about our vision, values and objectives and discover our research and development projects.

The Trust has received an overall rating as 'Requires Improvement' following our Care Quality Commission inspection in 2015. You can find the full report on the CQC website.

Latest news

  • Junior doctors climb Snowdon to raise money for Mind

    Our junior doctors oganised a sponsored climb to Mount Snowdon to support the charity Mind. They have raised £915.60 so far but there is still a chance to donate to this great cause and help them reach their target of £1,000.

  • Diabetes on the rise in Enfield

    Diabetes is on the up in Enfield and has risen by two-thirds in the last decade. More than 16,000 people in the borough are diagnosed with the condition. Debbie Hicks, our Nurse Consultant in Diabetes, said: “People need to think about what they’re eating. They should do more physical activity, and reduce carbohydrates portions which have high levels of starch that turn to sugar as the body digests it. They also need to limit their intake of fruit, while it is healthy it also contains a lot of fruit sugars."

  • Care Homes Assessment Team shortlisted for double Nursing Times Awards

    BEH’s Care Homes Assessment Team has been shortlisted for two Nursing Times Awards. The team offer rapid response visits or telephone advice to residents in care homes and their family. They also provide training to support the education and development of care home staff.

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