Almost all people experience mental health problems at some point in their lives. Some of them are able to manage their condition with the support of family, friends or other sources of support. However, others may need professional mental health support.
Our Community Mental Health Service can offer support for people in need of mental support in their own home, or near their residential areas.
For patients with more complex needs, we offer a range of specialist care and intervention with a view to assisting their recovery and enabling them to continue living normally in the community or helping them to reintegrate into it.
Our Services include:
- Hospital services
- Hospital Liaison Services
- Community Services
- CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health services)
Most of our patients receive the support in their own homes and are supported by community services within their own families and social networks. Patients who cannot receive the support in their own homes due to the complexity, intensity, and unpredictability of their condition, our inpatient services provide specialist investigation, assessment, and intervention.