We provide multi-disciplinary assessment, treatment and care to individuals with severe and enduring mental health problems.
We can support you if you are between 18 to 65 years of age, unless your needs would be best met by the older adults community mental health team, or vice versa.
We can support anyone who is living in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale who suffers from a severe and enduring mental illness, such as schizophrenia, severe affective disorder or a complex personality disorder, but not autism or Asperger’s.
We offer individual assessment of needs from a biopsychosocial assessment for up to 16 weeks, to longer term support under the Care Programme Approach, where you will be allocated a care coordinator.
Our community mental health teams are an integrated service, so we can provide support for your health and social care needs under The Care Act 2014. We aim to provide the highest quality and comprehensive care to support your recovery using a strengths based approach, enabling you to live independent, fulfilling lives, while supporting significant others.