Who we are
The West London Crisis Recovery House offers respite, practical and emotional support and sessions to people experiencing a mental health crisis. We help build resilience and learn mental health coping strategies through short term placements, usually up to 14 days.
The house has 7 private bedrooms, one which is designed to support people with disabilities, a garden, quiet rooms and communal kitchens and lounges.
What we do
During the placement, individuals will work with our team of Recovery Workers on a person centred support plan, which is delivered through therapeutic interventions. These interventions help people who use our service to develop effective coping strategies and manage their own mental health. Therapeutic interventions are delivered via groups and one to one sessions.
Individuals can get help from a range of personal interventions, focused on their recovery. These include:
- Support to learn and develop practical skills to safely return to independent living
- Support to ensure families/carer and/or other significant others are included in their care
- Support to manage treatment
- Support to address physical health needs
- Interventions to understand relapse prevention
- Interventions to develop coping strategies
- Support to access employment/ education/voluntary work or other social support structures
- Individuals are also helped to develop their own recovery plans and can get support from the home treatment team whenever needed.
18 Corfton Road
W5 2HT, London,