Here you will find a number of CPFT publications, including annual reports.

Three-year Trust strategy
Our three-year Trust Strategy can be found from the downloads section at the bottom of this page. On page 10 of the strategy you will see our four strategic aims that set out what we want to focus on as an organisation over the coming years. The strategy supports our Statement of Purpose, which is:
“CPFT strives to improve the health and wellbeing of the people we care for, our staff and members, to support and empower them to lead a fulfilling life.”

Annual reports
For the latest copy of our annual report please click on the document under 'Further information' at the bottom of the page. For previous copies please email 

Disciplinary policy
To view the Trust's Disciplinary Policy, click the following link: Disciplinary Policy 050721 final.pdf [pdf] 428KB

Mental Health Community Service User Survey
Please see below under 'Further Information' for the Quality Health 2020 Summary which provides details of our Mental Health Community Service User Survey.

Action plan in response to publication of Niche independent investigation into the care and treatment of Mr D - 190122
Action-plan-in-response-to-publication-of-Niche-independent-investigation-into-the-care-and-treatment-of-Mr-D---190122.pdf [pdf] 88KB

Report by Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman 2017
Ignoring the alarms: How NHS eating disorder services are failing patients

Continuation of service of NHS provider licence
Please find a copy of our NHS Provider Licence attached below under 'Further Information.'

Estates Strategy
Please see below under 'Further Information' for our five-year estates strategy.

Further information and documents

Current publications

Other reports

Past annual reports

Competition terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions Design-a-logo competition.docx [docx] 53KB
Press Pack Role Description_CORRECT LINK.docx [docx] 63KB


Impact of ME .pdf [pdf] 759KB
Living with MS - Chloe Lea.pdf [pdf] 1MB


As a patient

As a patient, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Patient Advice and Liaison service  Contact the Trust