How residential mental health care works

Mental health care is an issue that has only recently been given wider coverage in mainstream media, and given a higher priority by governments and health services in countries like the UK. “For around 1 in 5 people, mental health issues can pose a significant problem at some point in life and can create difficult situations that are hard to get out of without help,” says Peter, Managing Director of Swinburne Housing, a residential mental health care rehab in Derbyshire. “For example, thousands of people struggle to get long term employment due to mental illness without support and guidance from professionals.”

One possible solution is residential mental health care, which is a broad term including any organisation that offers services and assistance for people with mental health issues in a residential setting. This might mean service users are able to move into accommodation with 24/7 support around them, or alternatively work with service providers on independent living solutions, with regular visits to get the help they require. Continue reading How residential mental health care works