Mental Health Services

Our Secure Services

We provide a safe and caring environment for males and females with severe, complex and enduring mental illness and learning disabilities, who very often present with challenging and/or offending behaviours.

Residential Care

Our step down residential services provide longer term care for males and females with complex and ongoing mental health needs. Our care homes provide care for a more elderly population of males and females who may have dementia and may require palliative care.

Community Support

Inmind community support services provides and implements bespoke packages of care and support to promote the independence, inclusion and wellbeing of people with identified support needs who live in the community.

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Outcomes, inspirations

“I started working at Southleigh Community Hospital as a consultant psychiatrist in September 2021. My colleagues welcomed me from day one and ensured that I received a full induction and necessary IT equipment promptly. I was pleasantly surprised to see the positive spirit and cohesion of the team and their deeply caring attitude towards patients and peers.”

Anonymous, Southleigh Community Hospital


“The staff at Woodleigh also managed to form relationships with the Service User, which enhanced their ability to trust people again and has evidently had a very positive impact on their recovery. I have known them for more than 13 years and was amazed by the improvement in their functioning and the very evident reduction in their levels of distress. The Service User’s quality of life has greatly improved they are now enjoying their life again. It was also really helpful to have the option of the nursing home step-down to Beech Manor. This has allowed them to move to lesser restrictive environment where they can continue on their recovery journey in the knowledge that they will continue to receive on-going support from the team. Please pass on my thanks to the entire team for the hard work involved.”

Anonymous, Woodleigh Community Hospital