Chadwick Lodge & Eaglestone View
Chadwick Lodge and Eaglestone View offer medium, low secure and acute services providing specialist treatment programmes for patients who have been detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 (amended 2007) and have a history of offending behaviour. We also offer a rehabilitation intensive Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) service for women with a diagnosis of Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD).
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Chadwick Lodge is renowned for successfully treating complex personality disordered patients and those with mental illness. In addition, we offer tailored care to those patients who present with a dual diagnosis of mental illness/personality disorder and mild learning disability. (We also specialise in remand patients, patients transferred from prison and those with a history of serious offending).
We offer a broad spectrum of evidence-based therapeutic interventions, involving patients at every stage. The hospital’s consultant-led multidisciplinary team has a wealth of clinical and research experience in forensic psychiatry. All programmes are designed to reduce the risk of re-offending and to maximise the potential and enhance the quality of life of each patient.
Our secure services care for patients with complex and enduring mental illness who need to achieve stability in order to benefit from multidisciplinary interventions, helping them move on to community settings whenever possible.
Hope House provides a rehabilitation service for women with a diagnosis of Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder, offering a 15 month intensive Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) programme.
Hope apartments provide a service for women who are progressing well in the intensive programme and who are preparing for discharge. The apartments enable patient to practice their skills in real life situations before returning to the community or a step-down placement.
Chadwick Lodge and Eaglestone View offers patients an extremely high standard of accommodation across 10 small wards with single en-suite rooms, as well as 5 rehabilitation self-contained apartments The service provides well maintained gardens, fully-equipped gym and a variety of facilities to encourage positive occupational and sports therapy.
Our patients are among the most vulnerable members of society and require sensitive, therapeutic interventions delivered in a healing environment that encourages self-awareness, knowledge and empowerment.
Male Acute service:
Isla Ward is a 10 bed acute inpatient service for men who have enduring mental health problems. We accept referrals and admit people 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and provide full medical, clinical and therapeutic packages including pharmacological interventions when required.
Our service offers:
- 30 bed medium secure service for men split over three wards
- 10 bed male acute inpatient service
- 25 bed low secure service for men split over two wards
- 8 bed medium secure service for women
- 21 bed low secure service for women split over two wards
- 13 bed DBT service for women
- 5 self-contained apartments as a step towards the community for our women in the DBT service