Adult Mental Health
Adult Acute Admissions Treatment Ward (Hill Crest)
Inpatient treatment of people with acute episode mental illness.
Adult Inpatient Assessment Ward (Holt Ward)
An 14 bedded Mental Health in-patient unit for males aged between 18-65 years in which risk dictates that they require assessment/treatment in hospital either in a voluntary or involuntary basis.
Community Assessment Recovery Service (CARS)
This is a new service replacing the old Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs). Staff will provide care and treatment if you have more severe or enduring mental health illnesses either in clinics or by visiting you at home.
Our aim is to facilitate recovery for individuals who have complex mental health needs.
Worcestershire Healthy Minds supports people, aged 16 and over, who are experiencing problems such as stress, anxiety, low mood and depression.
We help people improve their mental wellbeing through a range of interventions such as short courses, talking therapies, and self- help information.
Home Treatment Team (Wyre Forest)
Service for patients in Wyre Forest 16 and over to be treated in their own homes as an alternative to hospital admission to psychiatric ward. We also facilitate early discharge for patients admitted.
Home Treatment Team (Worcester, Malvern and Wychavon)
Service for patients in Wychavon 16 and over to be treated in their own homes as an alternative to hospital admission to psychiatric ward. We also facilitate early discharge for patients admitted.
Home Treatment Team (Redditch and Bromsgrove)
Service for patients in Redditch and Bromsgrove 16 and over to be treated in their own homes as an alternative to hospital admission to psychiatric ward. We also facilitate early discharge for patients admitted.
Keith Winter Close
12 bedded in-patient recovery unit for patients experiencing enduring mental health problems within the secondary mental health services.
Mental Health Liaison Team
Responding to all mental health referrals from A&E, and to self-harm and suicide assessment requests across the hospital.
New Opportunities Worcesterhire
New Opportunities Worcestershire is a new service which replaces the previous Vocational Support Service. It gives greater support to assist people to improve skills, gain confidence and increase concentration to enable them to move into mainstream activities or progress onto other parts of the pathway including Reablement and IPS.
Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) (Worcester)
Offers multi-disciplinary assessment and treatment of individuals whose level of risk make it inappropriate for them to be placed an a general adult ward.
Reablement Service Hub (Worcestershire)
Increase community based valued roles and activities, including reducing social isolation by providing people with opportunities to extend their social networks and form relationships not only with other people with mental health difficulties and staff, but also with people outside the mental health system.
Registered care home providing social care to people with enduring mental health needs, excluding persons with a learning disability or dementia and persons who are subject to the mental health act.
Worcestershire Wellbeing Hub is an information and signposting service for people over the age of 16 who are experiencing low mood, anxiety or stress, and feel that they would benefit from support from local community providers.
Forward Thinking Birmingham
Revolutionising mental health care for 0-25's across Birmingham
Who to contact in a crisis?
If you're experiencing a mental health crisis click here for a range of options and support
Worcestershire's Early Intervention Service Worcestershire's Early Intervention Service addresses the needs of young people (aged 14-35) with a first episode of psychosis or of bipolar disorder (specifically bipolar l). We also offer a time-limited intervention to young people with an At Risk Mental State (ARMS).
Helping pregnant women and women with babies up to nine months old with psychiatric problems.
Eating Disorder Service (Worcestershire)
Assessment for people who suffer with eating disorders. We work collaboratively with patients to work towards recovery and offer a range of interventions that are tailored to individual need. We provide support and information for families, carers and other health professionals.