Inpatient rehabilitation is provided for people who have complex mental health problems and where previous placements have been unable to meet their needs.
There is a range of services to meet different service user needs and levels of support. The services provide a homely environment for people with mental health problems.
Qualified and experienced teams support service users to develop the necessary skills for independent living, including practical skills, mental health management and feeling prepared psychologically.
Service users and their relatives or carers are encouraged to work with staff to draw up a programme of care. The programme includes learning or relearning life skills, a range of group and individual therapies, activities and access to leisure, education and employment opportunities in the community.