As the UK’s leading provider of specialist mental healthcare we transform lives by working in partnership with commissioners, patients, families and carers.
Our care pathways are designed to deliver outstanding outcomes for patients by meeting their mental, physical and spiritual needs.
We are committed to developing and adopting innovative therapies and treatments and to putting people first; prioritising safety and recovery.
We provide dedicated services and environments for men, women, children and adolescents. We offer secure provision, locked and open rehabilitation and community-based solutions.
Our care pathway approach means that patients with similar needs are cared for in a specialist service, with care tailored to the individual, not just the condition. Each pathway is run by a single management team responsible for providing care from admission to discharge.
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The women’s mental health pathway specifically meets the needs of women, often with a comorbid diagnosis, providing a safe place for rehabilitation and recovery. Three specialist services focus on personality disorder, mental illness and rehabilitation.
The Men’s Mental Health Pathway was developed to provide appropriate and timely care and treatment at different levels of secure care for men with mental health conditions.
Our CAMHS pathway is designed for boys and girls aged 10 to 18 with complex disorders of conduct and emotion, intellectual disabilities, mental illness and autistic spectrum disorders.
Since 2008 we have provided world class secure mental healthcare services for people with autism, Asperger's and complex needs. Patients are supported to reduce risks and offending by addressing their ASD, mental and physical health needs.
The learning disability (LD) pathway provides care and treatment for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities and other neuro-developmental disorders who have offended or have challenging behaviour.