Care in Mind Residential Homes

Care in Mind has many of years’ experience in providing specialist mental healthcare into residential care homes.

Care in Mind provides specialist mental health supported residential care offering a completely seamless care pathway provided by one skilled team for young people and young adults with complex mental health presentations. 

Each home is led in partnership by a Residential Manager and a Clinical Nurse Specialist working closely together.  We also provide intensive outreach CAMHS support into partner residential homes as well as to young adults in supported tenancies or their family homes.

Our Care in Mind residential homes are as follows:

Lyndhurst
CQC registered home for five 16-25 year olds near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Ashurst
CQC registered home for four 16-25 year olds in Marple, Cheshire

Oakhurst
CQC registered home for four 16-25 year olds in Bosley, Cheshire

Longclough Farm
CQC registered home for four 16-25 year olds in Littleborough, Lancashire

Referrals are welcome – please call Rebecca Manock, our Referrals Co-ordinator, on 0161 638 3285

Our residential homes offer a fully Integrated Mental Health Service, including:

• Consultant Psychiatrist
• Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist
• Clinical Psychologist
• Family Therapist
• Specialist Residential Workers
• Accredited Programme of Independence
• On-site Education
• 24/7 Clinical On-call
• Care Pathway Planning
• Supported Step-down Transition Service

Benefits to the Service User

• One multidisciplinary team providing integrated care
• Care focused on achieving the best possible outcomes
• Pro-active management rather than reactive support
• Highly individualised care programmes
• Treatment plans which are quickly modified if circumstances change
• An emphasis on self-reliance and a smooth return to independent living
• A therapeutic service focused on change for those previously ‘stuck’ in services
• AQA accredited Independence packages.

Benefits to the Referrer

• A care pathway overseen by one skilled team
• Services combining physical containment of risk with therapeutic programme for change
• Services offering a stability of placement for people with a history of multiple placements
• CPA approach and close liaison with associated agencies including health, social and education services
• Ability to treat more challenging and complex service users by an experienced and integrated multidisciplinary team operating on the same site
• A single point of communication throughout various stages of a service user’s journey through services
• The use of the most appropriate therapeutic environment so as to minimise length of stay
• The active involvement of the referrer at all stages of the care pathway