Adult Mental Health services provide individualised inpatient care across East Lancashire for people with severe and enduring mental health needs.
The wards provide single sex accommodation and serve the age ranges of 18 to 65 years. Care is delivered on a needs led basis in the least restrictive way possible and is planned following a robust assessment of needs by a variety of professionals making up the Multi-Disciplinary Team involved in the patient's care. Therapeutic engagement is positively promoted in a safe environment by staff who receive support, development and training in the delivery of the services we provide. Families/carers and service users are actively encouraged and supported to be fully involved in the planning of the service user's recovery journey of which our service forms part of and in providing feedback as to how our services are responding to the required needs of our client group.
The wards have a well-established interworking relationship with community teams and other agencies exist, which help facilitate care in the least restrictive environment for our service users and help with the facilitation of early discharge from the wards, to home or other appropriate service providers.
Male Acute Admission Wards:
- Darwen Ward, Blackburn
- Ribble Ward, Blackburn
- Hodder Ward, Burnley
Female Acute Admission Wards:
- Hyndburn Ward, Blackburn
- Dunsop Ward, Burnley
- Male - Calder Ward, Blackburn
- Female - StockbeckPICU Ward, Burnley
How to access the service
Any requests for beds are made through the Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Team (CRHTT) who provide a gatekeeping service to the wards. We do not accept referrals from the public.
Where the service is provided and how to contact us
Calder Ward Tel: 01254 226125
Dunsop Ward Tel: 01282 226140
Restart and Recovery
Blackburn Tel: 01254226107
Burnley Tel: 01282657188
Patient Information Leaflets
With our leaflets we aim to give you information about the Trust in general, our services and treatments, and to provide useful information for service users and their carers.