Cygnet Hospital Bierley

Bierley Lane, Bradford, BD4 6AD

Cygnet Hospital Bierley
Cygnet Hospital Bierley provides a range of low secure, specialist and psychiatric intensive care services for men and women, including a specialist personality disorder service for women.

The hospital is set across four wards offering single-sex male and female specialist mental health services in low secure and locked environments. All our services are provided under the umbrella of a recovery orientated approach and are reviewed through the CPA framework.

Cygnet Hospital Bierley Courtyard

Cygnet Hospital Bierley has a true focus on the service user and the over-riding aim of providing the best quality treatment and care possible. Within the personality disorder service, service users are supported in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) by trained clinical professionals including psychologists and nurses.

The multi-disciplinary teams at the hospital work with service users to help people with acute, medium and long-term psychotic illnesses and challenging behaviour regain their independence and move from low secure facilities, to open acute and intensive community rehabilitation, including others within the Cygnet family of hospitals in northern England.

The hospital itself is not far from the M62 and close to Bradford. As a purpose-built building, there are a range of therapeutic and social spaces including a gym, IT classroom, activities of daily living (ADL) kitchen, sensory room, outdoor enclosed courtyards and a multi purpose art room. All service users have their own en-suite bedroom.

Services at Cygnet Hospital Bierley


Cygnet Hospital Bierley in the news


Cygnet Hospital Bierley gains ‘Full Monty’ Star Wards status

We are delighted to announce that Cygnet Hospital Bierley’s two low secure services have achieved the Full Monty Star Wards status. The awards go to the hospital's Bronte Ward, a low secure service for women and Shelley Ward, a low secure service for men.

Cygnet service users shortlisted for 2017 National Service User Awards

We are proud to announce that no fewer than eight service user led projects from Cygnet hospitals have been shortlisted as finalists in the National Service User Awards 2017. Cygnet Hospital Derby has four projects in the final and Cygnet Hospitals Bierley, Bury, Kewstoke and Stevenage also each have a nomination in the final.