Since 2012, Care in Mind have been offering specialist mental health packages to young people aged 16-30 in residential care settings. Our innovative and evidence-based model of care aims to support young people presenting with high levels of complexity and risk in the least restrictive setting. Many of the young people we work with transition to us from inpatient settings and may have experienced numerous previous admissions and/or placement breakdowns. We can also provide an alternative to hospital admission as we are able to manage significant levels of risk safely in a least restrictive community setting. Our unique model provides 24/7 on-call and crisis intervention support, which helps us support our young people in maintaining their community placement and avoiding readmission.
As what would have been Manchester Pride 2020 rolled around, Cherryhurst Support Worker, Liam, was keen to create our very own Care in Mind Pride event. Below, he shares how teamwork and kindness brought his idea into fruition, as well as details of the day itself: Care in Mind consistently practice with inclusivity, which I […]
Suicide is a taboo subject, however, talking about it in an appropriate and sensitive manner is hugely important. Much alike the wider conversation around mental health, talking about suicide may help someone who feels isolated in their thoughts, feelings or experiences. Individuals suffering with suicidal thoughts, suicide attempt survivors and those bereaved by suicide could […]
Our brain has various methods for coping with trauma and stress, one of these methods is dissociation. When someone dissociates, their thoughts, feelings, behaviours, how they see their environment, memory, how present they are, and how they view the world disconnects. Their mind no longer works in harmony, and instead becomes separated. There are many […]