Secure outreach and transitions service – inpatient information, Durham and Teesside
This information tells you about the secure outreach and transitions team, which is for adults over 18 years of age, in secure services.
Our street triage teams work alongside local police forces to reduce the number of inappropriate detentions made under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act (MHA) and to make sure that people who need mental health treatment receive it as quickly as possible.
Support – Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale support organisations
Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource Aim to provide a service to all carers across Scarborough/Whitby/Ryedale that meets their individual needs. Address: 96 High Street, Snainton, Scarborough, YO13 9AJ Tel: 01723 850155 (9.00am-4.00pm, Monday-Friday) Email: email@example.com
Support – TEWV support for carers
Are you a carer? A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support. A carer can be anyone: an adult; parent; young person; elderly person or a child. Many carers do not see themselves […]
Swift ward, Ridgeway, Middlesbrough
Swift ward is a ten bed medium secure, forensic mental health treatment and rehabilitation ward for women, located in Ridgeway, Roseberry Park, Middlesbrough
The Northdale Centre (Hawthorn and Runswick Wards), Ridgeway, Roseberry Park
The Northdale Centre is a 12 bedded locked medium secure ward that looks after men over the age of 18 years of age who have been diagnosed as being on the Autistic Spectrum.
Thistle Ward – Ridgeway, Roseberry Park
Thistle Ward is a purpose built five bed medium secure unit providing care and support for women over the age of 18 years old who present with a learning disability, challenging behaviour and/or mental health problems. It is situated within Ridgeway at Roseberry Park.
Tips on managing reactions to a major incident
In the immediate aftermath of a major incident our body’s automatic survival reactions will take over and may react in unexpected ways. Here are some tips on how to manage those reactions.