The aim of the High Intensity Network is to professionalise and co-ordinate new standards of excellence between the emergency and healthcare teams that support people struggling with highly intensive patterns of mental illness and behavioural disorders.

For the first time, the 55 NHS Mental Health Trusts that provide crisis care across England and Wales will be able to train together, share best practice and develop new national standards of care for some of our most vulnerable and high risk service users.

We also hope to be joined by teams in other parts of the UK as well as teams from international health and policing communities to make this a truly international solution to a global health care problem.

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The High Intensity Network is supported by:

Wessex AHSN
NPCC
NHS
LEPH 2018
Wessex International Healthcare Consortium
Health Education England
UCL Partners