Heathfield House (Stockport)

Heathfield house is a step down rehabilitation unit for males aged between 18 and 65 based in Stockport, that provides 24 hour nursing inpatient care.

We provide care to patients who are receiving treatment of their own free will, as well as patients who have been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Our patients usually stay with us for between 18 and 36 months, but we can provide care for longer.

Many of our patients have histories of challenging existing service provision, serious self-harm (not within the last three months), or time spent within 24 hour continuous nursing care. They might have also made clinical progress within the last six months.

To help you achieve your highest level of independence, functioning and wellbeing, our support consists of three stages: assessment; engagement and recovery. We aim to involve you in your care wherever we can, and we tailor our support to make sure it is as well suited to you as possible. 

We can also offer unescorted rehabilitation activities and unescorted leave of up to one hour per day for four weeks.

The general admission pathway into the unit is from Greater Manchester with agreement from Clinical Commissioning Group.