Windsor Road Residential Service Store in Ansdell near Lytham Saint Annes

Categories: Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Windsor House (Ansdell) residential service works with you to recognise when you are becoming unwell and help you take preventative measures to avoid relapse. We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide one-to-one bespoke support for you.

What we do

Our service offers 11 beds to people experiencing mental ill health.

Every resident has a mental health individual rehabilitation intervention plans, such as social anxiety, anxiety, financial, learning disabilities support, positive self image, dietary, healthy eating, medication, sleep hygiene, DBT facilitating self help, anger management, building resilience, life skills, solution based therapy stress management.

We also provide support with grieve and bereavement, boundaries and healthy relationship, relapse prevention, diabetes management weight management, physical health checks, pain management behavioural management, hearing voices techniques and interventions, crisis management and group workshops.

We offer a range of activities including gardening, cooking, arts and crafts, days out and family and friends.

We operate a key fob system for security, have an emergency on-call system and provide medication management.

Our service consists of 8 24/7 Recovery Workers, 1 Senior Practitioner, a Service Manager and Registered Manager.

Who we help

Individuals must be 18 or over with primary mental health needs.

Potential residents must have a care coordinator/named social worker and under the CPA system.

Individuals must be suitable to live in an environment that is not ligature free.


Getting referred

Referring agents should provide details of risks history and support needs.

Consent form and needs and risk form to be completed by applicant and referrer.

Accommodation visiting or holistic assessment to be completed at an arranged venue.


Additional info

Windsor Road is a registered care home so is regularly inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator for health and adult social care in England. In the latest inspection the CQC rated our service as Good.

Address

30 Windsor Road
FY8 1AH, Ansdell near Lytham Saint Annes, Lancashire,

Winston House Store in Cambridge

Categories: Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Winston House is a 24 hour residential service and is registered with and regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide holistic support to adults with mental health conditions.

What we do

Our aim is to support people with their recovery using a holistic, co-produced, person centred approach to achieve improved levels of wellbeing, safety and independence. This is achieved through 1-2-1 work, group work and other therapeutic principles of the service.

We support people, typically leaving a psychiatric hospital, prison or secure hospital setting, through their recovery journey. The length of stay for people we support is in the region of 18 months to 3 years (although in some cases the complex profile and/or risk profile of people who are referred to the service means that their recovery journey can be longer).

The service, where relevant, work with external stakeholders as part of a multi-disciplinary approach to ensure that discharge conditions and legal conditions are monitored, supervised and met e.g. MAPPA arrangements, Section 37/41, Community Treatment Orders, Community Orders (probation) etc.

Who we help

Winston House provides recovery services for up to 25 adults with mental health conditions and complex needs.

People we support will often have forensic histories and profiles and in these cases will often be subject to restriction orders, community orders, MAPPA arrangements, Community Treatment Orders and/or Section 37/41 status.

The individual must be willing to reside in a communal setting and open to residing in a mixed gender, multi-cultural environment. The individual must engage in the process of recovery.

We tend to support people with diagnoses of psychosis/schizophrenia, personality disorder, dual diagnosis/addiction, depression, bipolar disorder.


Getting referred

Referrals are via a care co-ordinator and a named psychiatrist assigned to an individual.


Additional info

Address

19 Brooklands Avenue
CB2 8BG, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire,

White Gables Residential Service Store in Lincoln

Categories: Crisis Service, Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s White Gabels residential service works with you to recognise when you are becoming unwell and help you take preventative measures to avoid relapse. We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide one-to-one bespoke support for you.

What we do

Our crisis support service offers 5 beds for individuals with mental health problems.

We provide safe, high quality support with an emphasis on understanding the factors which contributed to a person’s crisis.

We equip individuals with strategies and tools to support their ongoing mental health recovery.

The length of stay will be 24 hours to a maximum of 7 days with a potential to extend to 10 days through joint agreement.

Who we help

We support people aged 18 or over experiencing a mental health crisis who are under the care of Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust crisis team.


Getting referred

Individuals are referred by the Lincolnshire partnership Foundation Trust Crisis Resolution and Home treatment only.

Address

Long Ley's Road
LN1 1EQ, Lincoln, Linconshire,

Contact

Tel: 0330 0083702

Trevayler Care Home Store in Derby

Categories: Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Trevayler Care Home works with each person to recognise when they are becoming unwell and take preventative measures to avoid relapse. We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide one-to-one bespoke support for each person.

What we do

Our Trevayler Care Home is a short term mental health recovery service outside Derby. Our support offers intensive and structured rehabilitation to enable our clients to move on to more independent living.

Placements typically last for twelve weeks and focus on the unique needs, desires and strengths of each person.

Thorough support and safety plans enable us to get to know people really well, so that we can help them avoid relapse and thrive in life. We work closely with multi disciplinary teams to ensure people receive wrap-around support during and after their stay with us.

Who we help

Our service is available to individuals aged 18 or over who live in the local area.

Only patients in hospital at the time of referral will be considered.


Getting referred

Referrals are submitted by local hospitals.


Additional info

Address

309 Burton Road
DE23 6AG, Derby, Derbyshire,

Longview House Store in Huyton

Categories: Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Longview House residential service works with you to recognise when you are becoming unwell and help you take preventative measures to avoid relapse. We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide one-to-one bespoke support for you.

What we do

Our rehabilitation and recovery service overs support to adults aged 18 to 65 with severe and enduring long term mental ill health.

We support people to learn the skills to live more independently in the future.

Who we help

Our service is available to individuals 18 to 65 with a mental health diagnosis.

We’re registered as a residential care service.


Getting referred

Referrals are via a care manager or hospital wards.


Additional info

Address

215-217 Longview Drive
L36 6ED, Huyton, Merseyside,

Meridan House Store in London

Categories: Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Meridan House residential service works with you to recognise when you are becoming unwell and help you take preventative measures to avoid relapse. We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide one-to-one bespoke support for you.

What we do

We are a 9 bedroom CQC registered rehabilitation home. We support people with mental health problems to relearn or develop independent living skills, whilst people to develop their own aspirations.

We use a strategic direction which focuses on prevention and avoiding acute in-patient admissions.

The service plays an important role in delivering community based support in partnership with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey mental health trust (BEHMHT) and the intensive enablement team (IET).

Our aim is to move people on from the care home into the self contained flats at Colindale or in the community within a 2 year time frame.

Our advice and support may include maintaining tenancy, accessing work, education, safeguarding, empowering people making choices, faith and beliefs, social inclusion, and signposting to other services.

All residents are supported by a named staff member who is their keyworker.

Who we help

Our service is for people over the age of 18 diagnosed with a mental health problem.

To be eligible, you must be under a care-coordinator/psychiatrist or deemed eligible for BCCG funding or agreed joint funding with LBB.

We can also accept out of borough referrals.


Getting referred

See above.

Address

1 Stonecrop Close, Colindale Avenue
Colindale
NW9 5RG, London,

Holder House Store in Abingdon

Categories: Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Holder House residential service works with you to recognise when you are becoming unwell and help you take preventative measures to avoid relapse. We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide one-to-one bespoke support for you.

What we do

We work with people who have severe and enduring mental health conditions with complex risk and forensic histories, 60% of our admissions come direct from hospital, including secure units. We work closely with multi disciplinary teams to support individuals.

Our service has 8 frontline Recovery Workers and is staffed 24 hours a day.

Thorough risk management plans enable us to get to know people really well, so that we can recognise when somebody is becoming unwell and take preventative measures to avoid relapse.

We support people to learn how to manage their own mental health and well being and help them to gain meaningful activity, education and training and build up support networks locally.

We offer:

  • A safe environment free from alcohol and drugs
  • Named keyworker and co-worker
  • Individual service user plan and rehabilitation goals
  • Holistic Person Centred approach
  • Regular reviews to monitor progress
  • Daily support from trained staff including two sleep-in staff overnight
  • Management of medication if required
  • Support to gain meaningful activity such as education, training and employment
  • Support with benefits and budgeting skills
  • CQC Registered service with a rating of Good.

Who we help

Our service is available to people aged 18 or over who have severe and enduring mental ill health – with no current and untreated drug or alcohol issue.

Individuals must have a care team or other statutory services provider (social services/AMHP) and must qualify for statutory funding.


Getting referred

  • Submission of Referral Application
  • Formal assessment
  • Tour of our service along with a short follow up assessment (Optional)
  • Full Day Visit(s).

Before we can confirm overnight visits, we need:

  • A suitable room available
  • Funding confirmed
  • Our Protection and Safety Plan completed
  • Overnight visit(s)
  • Move in date agreed.


Additional info

Address

35/37 Oxford Road
OX14 2EE, Abingdon, Oxfordshire,

Foxlands House Store in

Categories: Residential Service

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Foxlands House residential service works with you to recognise when you are becoming unwell and help you take preventative measures to avoid relapse. We work closely with multi-disciplinary teams to provide one-to-one bespoke support for you.

What we do

We are a 6 bedroom CQC registered rehabilitation home. We support people with mental health problems to relearn or develop independent living skills, whilst people to develop their own aspirations.

We use a strategic direction which focuses on prevention and avoiding acute in-patient admissions.

The service plays an important role in delivering community based support in partnership with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey mental health trust (BEHMHT) and the intensive enablement team (IET).

Our aim is to move people on from the care home into the self contained flats at Colindale or in the community within a 2 year time frame.

Our advice and support may include maintaining tenancy, accessing work, education, safeguarding, empowering people making choices, faith and beliefs, social inclusion, and signposting to other services.

All residents are supported by a named staff member who is their keyworker.

Who we help

Our service is for people over the age of 18 diagnosed with a mental health problem.

To be eligible, you must be under a care-coordinator/psychiatrist or deemed eligible for BCCG funding or agreed joint funding with LBB.

We can also accept out of borough referrals.


Getting referred

Contact the service for more information.

Address

1 Cranesbill Close, Annesley Avenue
Colindale
NW9 5RQ, London,