Our Tier 4 CAMHS hospitals deliver specialist tertiary care to young people with severe or complex conditions who cannot be safely cared for in the community. We are committed to providing caring, supportive, recovery-focused treatment and we achieve this by working together with our young people, their families and other professionals. The conditions we treat include self-harm, emerging personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and eating disorders.
Each hospital has an Ofsted registered on-site school so our patients can continue their studies while receiving treatment. We offer three types of accommodation across our Tier 4 hospitals: Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), general adolescent care unit (GUA) and Eating Disorders units.
We offer specialist rehabilitation for patients with a brain injury resulting from a traumatic injury, such as a road traffic accident, an anoxic brain injury, a subarachnoid haemorrhage, an infection such as meningitis and encephalitis or a complex stroke or a brain tumour. We also provide residential and respite care for individuals with a brain injury or diagnosed with a progressive neurological condition such as Parkinson’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease and Huntington’s Disease.
We provide three services across our six brain injury rehabilitation services: specialist rehabilitation, slow-stream rehabilitation and separate accommodation for those needing longer-term residential care or respite care.
We provide assessment, rehabilitation and care for adults (18+) with a mental health condition, learning disability or autism. Our aim is always to provide the highest standards of therapeutic care to reduce risk, encourage rehabilitation and help patients move as quickly as they can through their recovery journey and back into the community. We provide a range of services ranging from Psychiatric Intensive Care (PICU) right through to longer-term residential care and supported living in the community.
We offer two different services for children and young people with complex health or behavioural problems. Granville Lodge in Hartlepool provides residential care for patients up to the age of 18 years old with complex health problems who cannot be looked after at home. They either have severe physical or learning disabilities, a combination of both or long-term conditions such as epilepsy or cerebral palsy. They receive high levels of skilled nursing care 24 hours a day. Wherever possible we encourage our young people to be as independent as possible and to master as many everyday skills as they can.
At Huntercombe House Stockton we care for young people whose severe behavioural issues make it difficult for them to live at home or go to a mainstream school. We aim to develop their social and educational skills in a safe, secure environment. This service is suitable for those with learning disabilities who need either short-term or long-term support.