List of our Collaborators and Sponsors

We are very grateful for the various support and collaborations we have with the organisations listed below. Some have provided us with funds to continue our research and development; others are using GRiST and have helped continue extending its functionality to meet the requirements of both clinicians and service users.

EIT Health has provided a research grant to GRiST for developing a version of GRiST for older adults in the community. This GRaCE-AGE project will revolutionise how sensors can help create a canopy of care for older adults that involves the older adults themselves, their friends, family, and carers, and their practitioners.

The  EIT Health mission is to promote entrepreneurship and develop innovations in healthy living and active ageing, providing Europe with new opportunities and resources. 

EIT Health will enable citizens to lead healthier and more productive lives by delivering products, services and concepts that will improve quality of life and contribute to the sustainability of healthcare across Europe.

Worcester The Trust serves a population of approximately 560,000 across an area of approximately 500 square miles, with a relatively high proportion of residents aged 65 and above. Major urban areas include the towns of Worcester, Bromsgrove, Kidderminster, Redditch, Evesham, and Malvern.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides a comprehensive service to children, young people and their families. It hosts the child and adolescent mental health services that use GRiST.

Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust strives to improve the health and wellbeing of all Cumbrians by delivering high quality healthcare services.
Imagine has a positive approach to mental health and works to promote opportunities for people to live a full and independent life.

Rossie promotes a culture of learning, understanding and acceptance based upon relational care principles. It works constructively with young people to help them develop the skills and abilities to make better decisions which are less damaging to themselves and others.

NHS Orkney

NHS Orkney is the smallest territorial health board in Scotland and is responsible for the health care of the population of Orkney, which is made up of approximately 21,500 people. We employ around 620 staff and provide a comprehensive range of primary, community-based and acute hospital services. It runs Orkney Health and Care, which provides the mental health services using GRiST.


Durham County Council runs the Aycliffe Secure Centre, which is a secure children's home providing high quality, specialist secure accommodation for young people. Aycliffe started using GRiST in 2018.


Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of mental health, learning disability and neurological care services across North East England. It is responsible for the Kolvin Adolescent Forensic Service that has been using GRiST since 2018.

Northern Healthcare

Established in 2013, Northern Healthcare offers bespoke, forward-facing supported-living tenancies with included support and recovery programmes. Since the opening of our first facility in Cumbria, we are now on course to expand throughout the whole of the UK. With 24-hour support from a collection of mental health professionals, we offer individual care pathways along with robust risk management – assisting with the development of all residents.

City Health Care Partnership

CHCP provides high quality diverse services in community settings, from health visiting to palliative care, school nursing to stroke services and many more. Use the search or click on the areas below to find your service.

Carlisle Key

Carlisle Key works with young people 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. It provides assistance and support within our drop in service to alleviate the hardship and distress caused by homelessness, housing, financial and other relate difficulties.

Windsor Care

Windsor Care is located in the tranquil environment of Hurley in Berkshire and offers a homely, welcoming, fulfilling and nurturing environment with outstanding facilities.

Heathcotes Trust

Heathcotes provide person-centred specialist residential accommodation for adults with Learning Disabilities and Mental Illness and associated challenging behaviours. We have much experience in providing living environments that closely resemble typical family homes.

St Paul's PACE

St. Paul’s PACE provides senior care for adults in San Diego over 55 years of age who are living with chronic illness or disabilities and need coordinated medical care to continue living as independently as possible in their home and community.

Project Seaview

Since 1985 Seaview has been providing an open access wellbeing centre at the heart of St Leonards-on-Sea Seaview was set up by Helene White and Barbara Silvester, with the help of Jane Amstad in February 1985. At the time of Care in the Community a number of people who had been used to institutional living due to mental health problems, unable to cope with the sudden change and inadequate support found themselves street-homeless. Seaview’s inception was an organic voluntary sector initiative, creating responsive local support. Seaview became a registered Charity in August 1985 and a Company Limited by Guarantee in September 1996.

health foundation

The Health Foundation is an independent charity working to improve the quality of healthcare in the UK. We are here to support people working in healthcare practice and policy to make lasting improvements to health services. We carry out research and in-depth policy analysis, run improvement programmes to put ideas into practice in the NHS, support and develop leaders and share evidence to encourage wider change.

We are committed to promoting self-directed care and comprehensive safety planning in mental-health provision.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has been at the forefront of a wide range of suicide prevention initiatives, each designed to reduce loss of life from suicide. We are investing in groundbreaking research, new educational campaigns, innovative demonstration projects and critical policy work.

Certitude Certitude provides personalised support for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs.
EPSRC is the main UK government agency for funding research and training in engineering and the physical sciences, investing more than £850 million a year in a broad range of subjects – from mathematics to materials science, and from information technology to structural engineering.
We are the UK's largest organisation for funding research on economic and social issues. We support independent, high quality research which has an impact on business, the public sector and the third sector.
Easewell Being Easewell's mission is to provide timely, cost-effective, personalised and recovery-focused treatments to patients within local GP practices. The focus of EASE treatments is to understand the essential qualities of experiences as narrated by clients in terms of their relationship to themselves, to others and to their worlds. This shifts the focus of words like "depression" and "anxiety" as an illness towards an understanding of experience.
Choice Support is a national charity, formed in 1984, supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs. In 2019 it doubled in size when it merged with mcch. Both organisations were part of the movement in the late 1980s to support people out of institutions, to re-connect with families and build new lives in places they once lived.

Mayden provides end to end managed web applications and bespoke system development to the healthcare sector, focusing primarily on the NHS. Our secure cloud hosting is available on both N3 and standard connections.

The Judi Meadows Memorial Fund is committed to collaborating with mental health charities, academics and campaigning individuals in order to increase our understanding and management of people with mental health problems and the factors that heighten suicide risk.
NIH is the United States of America’s medical research agency—supporting scientific studies that turn discovery into health.
coed-du-hall Coed Du Hall is a private mental-health hospital near Mold in Flintshire. This page provides access to GRiST for Coed Du Hal practitioners.

Mental Health Concern has provided a wide range of specialist mental health services in the North East of England since 1986.  We are a not-for-profit organisation and are primarily commissioned to run our services by the NHS and Local Authorities. It is our mission to help people with mental health problems live valued lives, with or without symptoms of mental ill health.

Craegmoor is the country's leading independent provider of support for people with learning disabilities, autism, complex needs, mental health problems as well as older people.
As one of the UK's largest quality healthcare providers, we offer a range of care and specialist services tailored to meet each individual's needs. Whether that need is a few hours help a week or 24-hour-care assistance, a care home stay or a short respite break.

IAPTus is the complete patient management and reporting solution for psychological therapists providing cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and other related treatments. With 70 services and almost 5,000 registered users, IAPTus is the market leading software for managing patients in the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme.

The Burdett Trust for Nursing is an independent charitable trust named after Sir Henry Burdett KCB, the founder of the Royal National Pension Fund for Nurses (RNPFN). The Trust was set up in recognition of the foundation, philosophy and structure of the RNPFN. Nurses, midwives and the allied health professions make up the majority of the healthcare workforce and play a pivotal role in direct care to patients. The Trust targets its grants at projects that are nurse-led, using its funds to empower nurses and make significant improvements to the patient care environment.

Humber NHS Foundation Trust services are mainly provided to the city of Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, a population of nearly 600,000 living in urban, rural and coastal areas. We also provide some services to parts of North and North East Lincolnshire and North Yorkshire, and some specialist services to people from other parts of the country.

Mental Health Matters provides support for people with mental health needs across the UK through an innovative range of services. Our dedicated and experienced staff work with partner organisations to deliver a comprehensive service to suit individual needs.

Mental Health Providers Forum member organisations deliver services throughout the whole of the UK. They are drawn from national, regional and locally based organisations. All of our members are united by their desire to improve the quality of care for people with mental health needs and the outcomes of the services provided.

Raphael Healthcare is established to become a market leader in the provision of the highest quality services for women with a diagnosis of mental illness and/or personality disorder. We will strive to provide the best care within the finest buildings, providing high quality environments for our patients and staff to enjoy.
St. Joseph’s Adolescent and Family Service is run under the auspices of St. Vincent’s Hospital, Fairview. It is an acute adolescent day hospital service and is unique in the Irish context that it is the only dedicated day service working with the age band of 13 to 18 years.
Action for Children Action for Children supports the most vulnerable and neglected children and young people throughout the UK and has been doing so for 145 years.