'Mental Health' placement roles:
Central Notts MindMansfield and Ashfield
Mind provides localised services for people with enduring mental health issues. These include advice, information, day centres and social integration opportunities.
Chatsworth HouseSutton in Ashfield and Mansfield
Chatsworth House is a supported housing project based in Sutton in Ashfield.
Crescent Recovery ServiceNottingham city
The Crescent Recovery Service is supported housing accommodation, which provides a high level of support to people with mental health problems, substance misuse issues, offending behaviour, mild learning difficulties and other complex needs.
Hughendon Lodge (STAR)Nottingham city
STAR provides accommodation and support for people with severe and enduring mental health problems.
Moving Forward — Steps to IndependenceAshfield, Bassetlaw, Mansfield, Newark & Sherwood, South Notts
The Moving Forward service provides support to people in Nottinghamshire who are experiencing mental health difficulties.
Partnerships in Care — Annesley HouseAnnesley, Nottinghamshire
Annesley House is a low secure and locked rehabilitation unit with two low secure female Mental Health wards within it and an 8 bed female locked rehabilitation service (Oxford).
Partnerships in Care — CalvertonCalverton Hill, Nottinghamshire
Calverton Hill is a medium secure unit with both male learning disability and female mental health wards within it.
Rethink — Steps in RecoveryDerby city
Rethink offers a range of supportive services to people who live with severe ill mental health, including housing, employment, carers, advocacy and community support within the UK.
Rethink — The CroftAmber Valley, Derbyshire
The Croft is a day service operating from a Derbyshire County Council-owned building adjacent to Ripley market place. The service provides support and opportunities for adults who are recovering from mental health-related issues.
The Haven is a crisis house run by Making Space to provide a supportive environment for adult service users who are experiencing a mental health crisis.