Menu
Depressed_(4649749639)

Firms cash in on psychiatric care crisis

Companies and charities are making millions of pounds by treating NHS patients in psychiatric hospitals that are sometimes substandard and fail to provide adequate or safe care, an investigation by The Times has found.

Thousands of patients are detained, sometimes against their will and in other cases for many years, in wards and units that inspectors say do not meet required standards of care.

Full story in The Times, 5 November 2018

Sign up for the latest stories and investigations

Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.