1. GLA Housing-Led mid-2021 Estimate
Lambeth also has the fifth highest levels for diagnosed psychosis in the country, and is in the top 25% for common mental illnesses.
We saw a big rise in the use of acute in-patient beds, with an average of 88.1 beds used in 2021/22 year, up 18% from 74.5 beds in the previous year.
Our Focused Support service received 567 introductions in the year, down 7% from 613 in the previous year. This service discharged 449 people in the year, up 25% from359 people discharged in the previous year.
Our Tree House supported 89 people in the year up 10% from 81 the previous year, this saved an estimated 2,154 hospital bed days (up 28% from 1,679 days the previous year.
Our mental health social workers assessed 190 new people in the year, up 2% from 186 the previous year, they also dealt with 444 open safeguarding cases in 2021/22, up 45% on the previous year.
Our Talking Therapies services saw 10,925 people supported in the year, up 20% from 9,114 people in the previous year, with 56% recovering compared to 57% the previous year (the target is 50%).