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Cygnet Sedgley House and Cygnet Sedgley Lodge

Woodcross Street, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV14 9RT

Gender: Male

Age: 18+

Beds: 34

Cygnet Sedgley House and Cygnet Sedgley Lodge offer a 34 bed high dependency inpatient rehabilitation service for men with complex needs. The service is designed to provide an environment that promotes mental health recovery by focusing on space, personal privacy and dignity.

Cygnet Sedgley House and Lodge is located just outside Wolverhampton city centre, with good transport links to many areas in the West Midlands.


Cygnet Sedgley House is a 20 bed service providing a full multi-disciplinary team (MDT) including occupational therapy, psychology and psychiatry, with support from registered nurses and support workers. We can provide support for those in the early stages of their rehabilitation journey, including one to one support where needed. We offer activities and therapies on-site, as well as accessing community resources.

Within the service, all bedrooms have en-suite facilities. We have dedicated therapy spaces, an IT café, comfortable TV lounges with games consoles and a sensory room. We support individuals to attend to their physical health alongside their mental health recovery and have a dedicated general nurse on-site who liaises with the local GP and primary care services.

When the time is right, individuals can move to Cygnet Sedgley Lodge, a 14 bed service that provides increased independence and a more outward-looking community-based programme. This part of the service also benefits from a full MDT including their own Consultant Psychiatrist.

There is a strong focus on community re-integration, with a ‘moving on’ group offered to those stepping through the pathway. The group teaches real-life skills such as budgeting and paying bills, as well as social skills and expected boundaries and behaviours in different settings. We also have a tutor who runs sessions on maths, English, CV writing and more. We also have an open-door policy when it comes to family and friends visiting.

We understand the importance of meeting an individual’s religious and spiritual needs, so as well as having a multi-faith room on site, we also have good links with local mosques, churches and other places of worship.

For a further step towards independent living, individuals have the option to step down to our community rehabilitation services, 12 Woodcross Street – a beautifully appointed semi-detached house next door or 20a/20b Turls Hill, just one mile away.

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 challenge
  • Aiming for a return to the 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

Our facilities:

  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Therapy kitchen
  • Variety of activity areas
  • Dining room
  • Living room
  • Enclosed garden
  • Gym
  • IT café

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