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Staff across PiC’s services will soon take on the 3 Peaks Challenge to climb Ben Nevis (Scotland), Scarfell Pike (England) and Snowdonia (Wales). PiC...Read more
PiC is pleased to support this year’s ‘National Recovery & Outcomes Conference’, organised by Ian Callaghan – former service user at Kneesworth...Read more
Partnerships in Care celebrates five finalists in the Health Investor Awards 2015 reflecting another year of achievement towards patient-centred...Read more
Meaningful engagement with employment is known to be a major protective factor in the prevention of reoffending. Work can promote recovery from...Read more
Patient engagement in art can challenge the stigma and barriers of mental health, and can greatly increase patient’s engagement and motivation in...Read more
Bookings are still being taken for the upcoming International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS) 2015 conference in Manchester,...Read more
Partnerships in Care (PiC) is pleased to announce the appointments of two Strategic Development Directors to assist with the integration and...Read more
Webinar programme - What's On Wednesday 10 June 12.45 Hear up to the minute research findings on reducing seclusion for patients in secure settings...Read more
Partnerships in Care, along with RCN Forensic Nursing Forum, co-hosted another very sucessful event on Positive and Proactive Care on 22 April 2015...Read more


Partnerships in Care is one of the largest and most experienced independent providers of secure and step-down care across the UK, with 1,460 placements in 29 facilities.

With close to 30 years of experience and over 4,000 staff, we help patients and commissioners find the right care pathways, without the need for multiple reassessments.

We provide:

  • Medium secure, low secure, locked and open rehabilitation and community housing to support patients’ safe and positive reintegration into the community
  • Acute, PICU and high dependency services (HDU) for patients in an acute psychiatric crisis who are at risk to themselves or others and require an emergency admission
  • A multidisciplinary team approach, centred on patient outcomes that contribute to a successful discharge and the best possible chance of a stable life in the community
  • Meaningful engagement and real work opportunities to promote social inclusion and skills for independence

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