Our rehabilitation and high support services provide low secure care for men and a range of step-down care for both men and women, along with a psychiatric intensive care unit for men.
These aim to support you to your their full potential and optimum level of independence and to enhance your life skills and community functioning. The ultimate aim is to enable you to safely integrate back into your local communities, where appropriate.
Our rehab services are delivered at nine bespoke units, which are age and gender specific, located across our patch either within the community or on a hospital site.
The majority of units accept referrals for people across the Pennine Care patch, and further field, where appropriate.
- Bevan Place - Based at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport and for men aged over 50 years.
- Heathfield House - Based in Stockport and for men aged from 18 to 65 years.
- Hurst Place - Based at Tameside General Hospital and for men aged 18 to 65 years.
- Stansfield Place - Based in Rochdale and for men aged 18 to 65 years.
Walkerwood is our brand new psychiatric intensive care unit for men aged 18 to 65 years, located on the Tameside General Hospital site. It provides short-term and intensive assessment and treatment for those who cannot be safely managed on a general psychiatric acute ward.
We will also soon be opening Woodbank, a psychiatric intensive care unit for women aged 18 to 65 years, at the Stepping Hill Hospital site in Stockport.
Stockport County Community Foundation Programme
Stockport County Community Foundation have been running football coaching sessions with some of our service users, helping them to keep fit, connect with others and have some fun.
Watch the short video below to find out more: