Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH), earlier known as Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMW), is a statutory body which, starting at 1 January 2017, unites the ability of GMW and Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust. The Trust gives inpatient and group based Mental health care for individuals living in Bolton, the city of Manchester, Salford and Trafford and an a wide range of specialist mental health and substance misuse services across Greater Manchester, the north west of England and beyond. The WAY AHEAD is the coordination of Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, which happened as expected on 1 January 2017. It involves new approaches to the provision of local services across Manchester in which decision making on issues that affect local people has been put firmly in the hands of local people working together to create a healthier city. The new integrated organization has 53000 service users, 4,750 staffs , 832 beds in 137 locations with an income of £272.4m. It provides its services to people living in Bolton, Salford, Trafford and the city of Manchester, with specialist services covering Greater Manchester and beyond. GMMH is managed by a top managerial staff. The board works intimately with the committee of governors, who provide local accountability by representing the interests of members and partner organizations. The Trusts execution is investigated by the Foundation Trust Regulators, NHS Improvement, and the Care Quality Commission.Research is the core function of the NHS and is a basic part in enhancing the wellbeing and prosperity of people now and later on. The Trusts procedure is to bolster fantastic research in accordance with Trust objectives to give our service users high quality and effective care when and where they need it, empower service users and carers to be involved in their own care and recovery, and that of others and encourage excellence and new ideas. The Research and Development Office offers help and direction to analysts applying for affirmation of Trust limit and ability for their review and give applications, and guarantees that all Trust dynamic reviews meet the prerequisites and guidelines of the Research Governance Framework for Health and Social Care.