Beech Grove supports people who have ongoing needs and whose risks, complexities and behaviours that challenge make it difficult to place in supported living and generic registered care services but do not require an inpatient hospital setting. The care embraces and balances the management of risk with comfort, homeliness, dignity, respect and choice.
More information about Beech Grove
People who come to Beech Grove may already live in the community but require a period of time within a structured environment with intensive care and support to avoid a potential hospital admission. The service can also support people who are currently in hospital and require further support to progress to a more independent living setting
Beech Grove provides a setting which encourages individuals with complex mental health needs to lead a full and valued life, enabling them to live more independently. This is achieved through a programme of active community engagement, developing meaningful social networks, managing risk and developing robust coping strategies.
We offer person centred focused interventions to support recovery to better health and greater independence. We facilitate engagement in the community and the opportunity to develop new lifestyle choices to improve self-esteem and confidence and ensure people are living meaningful lives.
- Adults of all genders, aged 18 or over
- Diagnosis of severe and enduring mental illness and complex needs
- Presenting with behaviours that challenge