Cygnet Hospital Harrow

London Road, Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex, HA1 3JL

Cygnet Hospital Harrow provides a recovery focused service treating a wide range of mental health problems. We also offer specialist diagnostic, assessment and inpatient services for individuals with mental health needs and who also have a dual diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.

Our acute in-patient psychiatric services offer assessment, diagnosis and treatment for both men and women with a wide range of psychological and emotional problems, including those who are detained under the Mental Health Act.

Featuring high staffing levels to support people in their recovery, the service aims to help people stabilise with appropriate support and return them to the community or the least restrictive environment for them as quickly as possible.

Cygnet Hospital Harrow has extensive private grounds.

Our dual diagnosis mental health and autism services, provided within the Springs Unit, Centre and Wing, can provide both low secure and open rehabilitative support for men.

Specialist teams work with individuals with a focus on rehabilitation and moving through the care pathway available at Cygnet Hospital Harrow.

The hospital provides top-class facilities for all service users including single en-suite bedrooms, a fully-equipped gym, an occupational therapy service, social spaces and extensive private grounds.

Services at Cygnet Hospital Harrow

Cygnet Hospital Harrow in the news

Safewards Celebration Day

We are delighted to announce that following a successful pilot scheme of the phase one and phase two wards no fewer than fourteen wards across Cygnet have achieved Safewards status.

Recognising and valuing Family Carers at Cygnet Hospital Harrow on Carers Day 2018

Cygnet Hospital Harrow celebrated Carers Week on 13th June 2018 by hosting an event for carers of service users of the hospital's Springs services for men with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. The day was aimed at raising the profile of Carers Week, creating an awareness on the role of professionals engaged in their loved one's care and raising awareness of local and national services available for family carers.

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