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How we remove the barriers to finding the right place to call home for those in mental health recovery 

How we remove the barriers to finding the right place to call home for those in mental health recovery 

Living in safe, well maintained housing has been proven to have a positive impact on mental health. But for some people with mental health problems, there can be multiple barriers to negotiate when trying to access or maintain the right place to call home.

Experienced support both for those seeking housing and for those already in their own homes is essential when navigating a path back to independent living.

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How our Women Only service provides a safe space vital for recovery

How our Women Only service provides a safe space vital for recovery

Our Women Only services create a safe and supportive space, exclusively for women and free from avoidable trauma or distraction created when working with male support workers. Our clients are then able to completely focus resources, both theirs and ours, on recovery and develop the skills and resilience they need to be able to live independent, fulfilled lives in the community.

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Medium support – the stepping stone between 24-hour support and independent living

Medium support – the stepping stone between 24-hour support and independent living

If the steps immediately taken upon leaving a 24-hour mental health service are too big or too fast, there is a real risk of clients experiencing a relapse and being readmitted to a more restrictive style of care. Our Medium support, which is a gradual pathway to recovery, with continued support of a less intensive and intrusive nature, can be the perfect intermediary stepping stone on the path back to independent living.

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How our Hospital to Home service could get you home, improve patient experience and reduce the demand for inpatient resources

How our Hospital to Home service could get you home, improve patient experience and reduce the demand for inpatient resources

For people in an acute mental health crisis who would otherwise require hospital admission, there is an alternative. The Bridge Back Home team of experienced workers based with the Greenwich HTT at Oxleas House in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, work alongside colleagues to identify people who could be supported at home, with a particular focus on non-clinical interventions and tasks.

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Providing a vital bridge between secure hospital mental health units and independent living

Providing a vital bridge between secure hospital mental health units and independent living

Many people suffering severe mental health conditions are resident in expensive hospital mental health units for far longer than necessary. The nature and necessarily short-term focus of hospital treatment can be detrimental in the longer term. However, we can demonstrate how specialised 24-hour support in a community setting can break this cycle and is far more effective for both treatment and recovery than the support available as a hospital inpatient.

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Community Forensic Support Services – cost-effective & proven outcomes

Community Forensic Support Services – cost-effective & proven outcomes

Many ex-offenders with mental health problems who have committed serious offences, find themselves without anywhere to go when they are released from prison. As a result, many end up back in low, medium, or high-security hospitals or alternatively re-offend again. Results from our Forensic Support Services show ex-offenders with mental health problems can thrive in a community setting, and with the right frameworks in place, community mental health services can be safe, successful, and cost-effective.

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Community care – safe, successful, and cost-effective treatment pathways for people with mental health problems

Community care – safe, successful, and cost-effective treatment pathways for people with mental health problems

For some, hospital-based treatment pathways are the perfect fit, but this isn’t the case for everyone. Often, people with mental health problems remain in hospital because there aren’t viable alternatives. Our results show that many people thrive in a community setting, and with the right frameworks in place, community mental health services can be safe, successful, and cost-effective.

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Results from our Forensic Support Services show ex-offenders with #mentalhealth problems thrive in a community setting, and with the right frameworks in place, community mental health services can be safe, successful, and cost-effective. #bridgesupport https://t.co/YzfK6RsdWb https://t.co/t4k70g1WFS BridgeMH photo
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With the right experienced support, there is an alternative for people in an acute #mentalhealth crisis who would otherwise require hospital admission. Could our dedicated Bridge Back Home Team get you home? #bridgesupport
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A decline in vital life skills and a diminished capacity to live independently are just some of the repercussions of residing in expensive hospital #mentalhealth units for far longer than necessary. Our 24-hour support offers an alternative pathway. https://t.co/pgYwrwJDGz https://t.co/cUdHV3R7Po BridgeMH photo
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The NHS was told all serious #mentalhealth patients need their own rooms 20 years ago, but over 1,000 beds remain in dormitory-style wards in use today; compromising patient privacy, sleep, and safety. https://t.co/uiO9i52F7m #MentalHealthMatters https://t.co/Q0QPW4Jr4p BridgeMH photo

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How you can work with us

As well as the normal tendering process, you can commission our forensic services in the following ways:

  • Use our contact form
  • Pick up the phone to speak to us on 020 8298 9677
  • Email us to discuss spot contracting OR delivery of a bespoke service that meets your needs