Mental Health and Learning Disability Services
Inmind Healthcare is a nationwide group of independent hospitals that provide low secure, locked and open rehabilitation services for men and women over eighteen years of age. Our hospitals offer gender specific pathways for service users who might have complex mental health problems, learning disabilities and might also have physical healthcare conditions. Many of our service users have been referred to us as part of a forensic care pathway.
In addition, Inmind provides step-down residential care services, with nursing, as part of a community based, social inclusion care pathway.
The Inmind Healthcare Group provides recovery-focused services for over 150 people, across 6 services in Croydon, London, Lincoln and Leeds. We have been a trusted partner of the NHS since 2002.
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AT The INMIND HEALTHCARE Group...
Low Secure Hospital Expansion
Phase 1 has been completed and phase 2 which is the 26 bedded Step Down Service is now open also.Read more...
Specialist Mental Health Residential Care Home with Nursing
This new development, now open, provides supportive care home accommodation with nursing, for 8 men and women over the age of 18 who have complex mental health needs.
This service is a valuable addition to the Inmind Healthcare Group care pathway in the South East, which takes service users through our low secure services and out into the community.Read more...
Locked Rehabilitation Hospital
The Sturdee Community Independent Hospital provides a comprehensive rehabilitation package to service users with complex mental health needs who require a locked facility.Read more...
INMIND COMMUNITY; ENABLING CHOICE AND INDEPENDENCE...
Bespoke packages of care & support
Similar to Inmind Healthcare’s residential and hospital services, Inmind Community Support seeks to design and implement bespoke packages of care and support to promote the independence, inclusion and wellbeing of people with identified support needs who live in the community.Read more...
BATTERSEA BRIDGE HOUSE
Joel was diagnosed as suffering from paranoid schizophrenia in his late teens and had numerous hospital admissions precipitated by poor treatment compliance and use of illicit substances.
Initially, Joel presented as thought disordered, disorientated, and would easily become tearful when expressing his anxieties about his past and future. He frequently felt hopeless and overwhelmed by everyday tasks, which led to self-neglect, withdrawal and low self-esteem. He felt particularly negative about the mental health services he had encountered and blamed them for ruining his life opportunities.Read more...
Paula has been known to social services and local mental health team since being a young child. Paula was born prematurely and suffered significant abuse. This led to behavioural and emotional difficulties at a young age resulting in the breakdown of a number of children home placements.
Paula went on to use illicit substances, which compounded her mental health problems and resulted in repeated admissions to hospital.Read more...
Brian has a history of serious violent offences. He committed a number of serious crimes over 20 years ago and has been detained in various secure settings ever since. Diagnosed with a serious mental disorder, Brian spent many years in high, medium and low secure environments which left him institutionalised.
When Brian was admitted to Southleigh Community, his treatment programme was already in progress and his progression along the care pathway was well underway. The Multi-Disciplinary Team worked closely and intensively in partnership with Brian to support him for the next step on his pathway, with new coping strategies and skills for daily living which will help him to live independently. Read more...
Mike, a 42 year old with complex physical and mental health needs and a mild learning disability, he was admitted to Woodleigh Community independent mental health hospital following a conviction for arson with intent to endanger life. Mike was detained under Section 37/41 and given no leave.
Psychiatrists within the multidisciplinary team at Woodleigh Community have worked with Mike, who suffers from schizophrenia, to stabilise his mood with suitable medication. Mike has a cardiac arrhythmia and diabetes, which both require careful monitoring. Nursing staff have worked closely with the PCT and Mike’s GP to help him achieve greater insight into his physical health and the importance of staying healthy and well. Read more...
Relative of a former resident
My husband, who passed away recently, spent his final five months at Purley View Nursing Home.
In these days, when hardly a week passes without some nursing home or hospital appearing on the front pages charged with inadequacy or even cruelty towards its residents, I felt compelled to put in writing my appreciation of the Manager of Purley View, the running of the home and its amazingly caring culture.Read more...