Adult planned admissions

We have a national network of services providing treatment, care and rehabilitation for men and women, including specialist services for people with personality disorder, autistic spectrum disorder or who are deaf.

Our planned admission services are therapy and recovery focused with the aim to effectively progress service users through secure care, and into the least restrictive environment possible, working to reduce the possibility of re-admission back into secure care.

All of Cygnet’s services have extensive multi-disciplinary teams offering multiple therapies – providing a “working week” of therapeutic input where service users can engage in a minimum of 25 hours of structured therapy per week.This includes group and individual therapy, occupational therapy, psychology, Dialectic Behavioural Therapy, substance misuse, educational / vocational support and others.

Medium Secure

Our medium secure mental health services provide treatment and rehabilitation for people who are suffering from severe and enduring mental health problems.

Low Secure

We offer a nationwide network of low secure services with a focus on therapeutic environments which help people to rehabilitate and recover.

Mental Health Rehabilitation

We provide mental health rehabilitation services for men and women with mental health problems which prepare them for more independent living in the community.

Personality Disorder

We offer a wide range of services specifically designed to support those affected by a personality disorder with more than 140 specialised personality disorder beds for men and women

Eating Disorders

Our Eating Disorder Unit provides a highly specialised eating disorders service for women including those with extremely low BMIs, including as low as 10.

Older Adults Mental Health

Our Older Adults services specialise in the care and rehabilitative support of people who have cognitive impairment and/or functional mental illness.

Mental Health with Autism Spectrum Disorder

We offer a specialist mental health service for individuals with a dual diagnosis of an autistic spectrum condition at Cygnet Hospital Harrow, which is the home of the Springs Unit and its sister services Springs Centre and Springs Wing.