Syrena House provides rehabilitation for people with complex psychosis. Those accessing the service will often be well known to mental health in-patient and community services.
We support service users to step down from secure services. Syrena also supports service users to transition from acute services to the community, or those who require intensive therapeutic interventions.
Syrena involve service users in decisions about their care, using person-centred holistic planning. We also promote the engagement with family as part of the Triangle of Care. Treatment options include medication, in-house psychology, and a range of psychosocial interventions. These are complimented by social, recreational, and vocational activities.
The length of stay is expected to vary from three to eighteen months, however it is recognised that some individuals may require longer term treatment.
Syrena aim to safely support our service users back into the community as soon as possible. There will be an emphasis on involving those closest to the person, reviewing the person’s support needs, and liaising closely with our community mental health colleagues. Prior to discharge we aim to achieve all rehabilitation goals, to support the service user to remain out of hospital.
For general enquiries, or to be directed to a specific service or individual, please contact our switchboard on 01752 435502.
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