Budgets related to Mental Health Services (FOI)
Budgets related to Mental Health Services (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 25 July 2019.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
Please can you tell me the budget for:
Health and Community Services, year by year for the last five years?
Jersey Adult Mental Health Service, year by year for the last five years?
Child and Adolescent Services, year by year for the last five years?
How services for the above are commissioned?
Who is the independent regulator for these services and where are their reports published?
Health and Community Services
Net Revenue Budget
|All Health and Community Services ||£201,800,784||£208,933,064||£215,686,020||£206,043,073||£203,350,891|
|Commissioned services (%)||18%||16%||16%||16%||17%|
Jersey Adult Mental Health Service
| Net Revenue Budget|
|All Health and Community Services ||£22,679,308 ||£20,758,206 ||£20,383,946 ||£17,489,510 ||£14,990,452 |
|Commissioned services (%)||16% ||11%||12% ||12% ||15% |
Child and Adolescent Services
| Net Revenue Budget|
|All Health and Community Services ||£1,605,824 ||£1,678,546||£1,604,274||£1,440,862||£1,321,154|
|Commissioned services (%)||0%||0%||7%||0%||0%|
NB - Since 2018, the very small number of CAMHS cases have been funded from Adult Mental Health
Health and Community Services directly provides the majority of all care. On average, 17% of services have been commissioned over the past five years.
Commissioned services include:
specialist Hospital treatment in the UK
specialist Mental Health services
on-island long term care packages where care needs exceed the provision of the long term care law
partnership working with local charities and voluntary organisations
purchase of care-related services such as genetic screening
Each category has a responsible manager who commissions services in accordance with financial directions. All commissioned services are formal contractual documents with deliverables defined in Service Agreements. The Service Agreements are separately negotiated with each provider so differ in detailed content and contract duration. Performance is monitored in line with the performance framework agreed in the agreement.
Jersey Care Commission is the independent care regulator for on-island services covered by the remit of the Regulation of Care Law, their reports are published on their website at the following link:
Jersey Care Commission
In the UK, each provider is regulated by the Care Quality Commission and reports are available online at the following link:
Care Quality Commission