By combining a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach, we deliver high-quality care using our unique 4 stage model of care for our mental health high dependency
inpatient rehabilitation services.
Set amid the rolling hills of Flintshire, Cygnet Delfryn House benefits from not only being part of the beautiful Welsh countryside, but also being a short drive away from a lovely community with an extensive array of local amenities including, leisure centres, shops, restaurants and cafes.
Within the service, all bedrooms have en-suite facilities, some of which are situated on the ground floor to support those who may have mobility issues. We have dedicated therapy space, a gym, a barbers as well as spacious indoor and outdoor communal areas, including a secure courtyard for individuals to have access to a safe outside area.
The service provides a safe and comfortable environment that promotes efficient rehabilitation and recovery. We are dedicated to understand, stabilise and break the traumatic cycles of relapse that can impact service users’ lives.
Support is provided to help individuals prepare for independent living, employment and other vocational activities, with a strong focus on financial management and budgeting skills.
The men are supported to create CVs, apply for jobs, practice for and attend interviews as well as develop other skills necessary. We also offer a range of internal therapeutic earning positions where service users have the opportunity to apply for, be interviewed for and take on the responsibility of a suitable job. The men receive training by a staff member that is skilled in the particular job.
We offer more than just specialists and treatments, we value the service users as individuals, help enhance their interests and abilities, encourage them to share their views and help them unlock their talents and aspirations.
Our service user profile:
- Men aged 18+
- Detained under the Mental Health Act (1983) or informal
- Primary diagnosis of mental illness with:
- Complex comorbidities
- Substance, drug and alcohol abuse
- Treatment resistance
- Behaviours that may challenge
- Aiming for a return to community or community-based care
- History of sexual abuse or domestic violence
- Typical diagnoses: schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar affective disorder or depression
- May have secondary diagnoses of mild learning disability, autism spectrum disorder or personality disorder
- May have a forensic history and/or be stepping down from secure services
- May have a history of repeated acute admissions
- En-suite bedrooms
- Learning centre with library
- Multi-faith room
- Activities room
- Therapy kitchen
- Laundry room
- Spacious communal garden with outdoor seating
Our community links:
- Learndirect / Deeside College
- Flintshire Local Volunteer Centre
- Sport facilities at Northop College
- Photography and walking groups at local country parks
- Local beaches
- Local market
Services in Wales Brochure
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