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Cygnet Churchill

Barkham Terrace, Lambeth Road, London, SE1 7PW

Gender: Male

Age: 18+

Beds: 57

Cygnet Churchill, in south London, is a 57 bed inpatient mental health hospital for men. Cygnet Churchill has four wards including an emergency acute admissions service (Juniper Ward) and three high dependency inpatient rehabilitation services (Elm Court, Maple Court and Mulberry Court).

By combining a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach and state-of-the-art facilities, we deliver high-quality care within a community atmosphere, while focusing on discharge planning from the moment service users arrive.

Our recovery programme is delivered in a culture that balances risk management with therapeutic optimism, where men have the opportunity to learn and practice the skills they will need in a completely safe environment.

“My son is doing well and is not as angry as he used to be. Staff are looking after him well and things are fantastic! I am pleased as I will have my son back!”Parent

Services at Cygnet Churchill

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Cygnet Churchill in the news

Art in the Park helps build resilience at Cygnet Churchill

In May, Cygnet Churchill launched a new therapeutic group for service users as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021. The ‘Art in the Park’ group is a collaboration between the Occupational Therapy and Psychology department which aims to empower service users to develop resilience and self-management skills using resources found in nature.

2021 Cygnet Calendar Competition Winners

In March we launched the 2021 Cygnet Health Care Calendar Competition. With so many fantastic entries we couldn’t choose just 13 pieces to feature therefore, the 2021 Cygnet Calendar will feature 21 pieces of artwork.

New Café and Shop a success at Cygnet Churchill

The Occupational Therapy team at Cygnet Churchill, our mental health hospital for men in south London, have been helping service users to continue some of their familiar routines by opening a new café and convenience store in the therapy piazza. The team have also started a new gardening group.

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