Women's Mental Health Pathway
Moor Green is a 15-bed low secure recovery orientated service focused on independent skill development and transition to community living. Our patients are supported through a comprehensive timetable of therapeutic, occupational and recreational sessions, alongside their clinical treatment and rehabilitation based on their individual interests and needs.
Positive risk taking is encouraged and managed through a personalised approach between the patient and their clinical team.
Therapy room on Moor Green ward
Day area overlooking outside space
An en-suite bedroom on Moor Green
Workbridge, our vocational workshop
Moor Green provides a therapeutic environment for women aged over 18 whose behaviours are likely to include:
Moor Green uses a psychosocial, relational and recovery model of care.
The psychosocial treatment programme includes ‘RAID (Reinforce Appropriate, Implode Disruptive)’, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), DBT (dialectic behaviour therapy) and other evidenced-based approaches.
A comprehensive assessment of each person's need will be undertaken to create a care pathway which will address social, physical, intellectual and mental health needs within a specific and measurable care plan, regularly collated and reviewed through the CPA framework.
Discharge is considered at admission and our clinical and social work teams work with appropriate case managers to support a transition.