Glenhurst Lodge

Virginia House
Vinters Road
ME14 5DX
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0208 768 8050

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Glenhurst Lodge
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Inspected with an outcome of GOOD on 3rd & 4th February 2020

Inspected with an outcome of GOOD on 1st & 2nd August 2017


Glenhurst Lodge is an inpatient High Dependency Rehabilitation and Recovery service for males and females. Our service specialises in treatment resistant complex cases. Services are delivered in partnership with commissioners, families and individuals, to care for men and women suffering from long-term complex Mental Health needs.

Service Description

Davenport – 11 beds – high dependancy rehabilitation for males with complex and enduring mental health conditions
Sandown – 11 beds– high dependancy rehabilitation for females with complex and enduring mental health conditions

Our aim is to help and support patients whose conditions have resulted in prolonged or cyclical admissions to successfully reintegrate in to the community. Our service has been specifically designed to cater for the needs of men and women with complex psychiatric conditions that affect their ability to function independently. We aim to support patients in their recovery with our rehabilitation services, in our safe and homely environment.

Interventions & Expertise

All patients will have a 12 week assessment process from admission to establish their individual needs and develop a bespoke recovery pathway, identifying recovery goals collaboratively with their psychologist and occupational therapist. Following this, each patient will receive an individual therapy timetable and embark on their recovery pathway. During this they will have access to both one to one and group interventions.

Our  multi-disciplinary team includes;

  • Consultant Psychiatrist
  • Speciality Doctor
  • Ward Manager
  • RMN’s
  • Psychologist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Therapy Support Workers

Inclusion Criteria

  • Male or female
  • Over 18 years of age
  • Primary diagnosis of mental illness or personality disorder
  • May have secondary diagnoses – mild ld, poly-substance misuse
  • May be treatment-resistant
  • May have complex needs
  • May be subject to dols
  • May have failed multiple attempts to transition to the community
  • May be detained under the mental health act
  • May have a history of challenging behaviour
  • May have chronic well-managed physical health problems