Women's Mental Health Care Hospitals
If someone you care about has received a mental health diagnosis, supporting a friend or relative can be a difficult and isolating experience, especially when residential hospital care or intensive mental health rehabilitation programmes have been advised.
At Lighthouse, we offer a range of mental health rehabilitation treatments on a women-only basis providing tailored services to patients who have been diagnosed with complex mental health problems such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or a personality disorder.
All Lighthouse mental health hospital services fully comply with government requirements around Eliminating Mixed Sex Accommodation (EMSA). This promotes dignity, privacy and the safeguarding of vulnerable individuals.
We ensure that mental health support, treatment and rehabilitation programmes can be delivered effectively in a gender-specific manner which improves understanding and effectiveness of the rehabilitation treatments offered.
Women only mental health hospital services are provided at:
- Ballington House (a hospital specialising exclusively in women's mental health care)
The following hospitals also provide gender-specific accommodation suitable for individuals with complex mental health needs, learning disability or who are on a rehabilitation pathway in individual units/apartments within the service:
- The Woodhouse (men or women's learning disability care)
- Healthlinc House (men or women's learning disability care)
- Bradley Woodlands (men or women's learning disability care)
- Field House (men or women's learning disability care)
Read more about our women's specialist mental health hospitals
To find out more about our services, to arrange a visit or to make a referral, click on one of the links to a hospital or care setting above to find out more about that venue. Alternatively, you might like to make an enquiry.
Read more about Mental Health Rehabilitation in our women's specialist mental health hospitals
- Read our case studies: Read Sarah's story about her positive experiences at Ballington House in Leek