Tŷ Gwyn Hall
Tŷ Gwyn Hall is a hospital providing rehabilitation and treatment for individuals who have been diagnosed with a range of mental health conditions.
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Tŷ Gwyn Hall in Abergavenny, South Wales offers a full care pathway for people with complex needs looking to transition back into the community following treatment. Referrals are accepted from across the country. The experienced Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) has an excellent record in delivering positive outcomes to individuals with a wide range of mental health diagnosis.
Support is offered across four types of hospital service and a separate Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) registered community house.
- Skirris View – 12 ensuite recovery beds for men and women with an additional three beds in a separate self-contained annex which offers a safe environment for individuals who may have higher care needs
- Tŷ Gwyn Hall – 17 recovery beds for men within the main manor house
- Pentwyn House – Four step-down beds for men and women who can take greater responsibility for their care and treatment
- Tydfil House – A four bed residential home in Abergavenny that supports individuals stepping down from hospital and who continue to be supported by the same MDT.
Tŷ Gwyn Hall is regulated by Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW)
- Men and women aged 18 years and over
- Diagnosed with a mental illness
- Informal or detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 (amended 2007) or The Mental Capacity Act
- Co-morbid presentations e.g. neurological or long term physical health conditions
- Dual diagnosis including mild learning disabilities
All referrals are carefully considered, and each individual is assessed to see if the service can meet his or her needs. It is not essential that patients have unescorted leave prior to admission.