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Partnerships in Care is pleased to be supporting Maudsley Learning's 3rd annual Why Mental Health Matters conference on 28th January 2016 in London...Read more
National readers of the health sector’s top magazine, Health Investor, have voted Joy Chamberlain, PiC CEO, the Most Influential Investor of the year...Read more
The 2015 Raid Awards for working with challenging behaviour have been judged and we are pleased to announce that Kemple View hospital...Read more
On 18 November, the Independent Mental Health Services Alliance (IMHSA) hosted a parliamentary launch of its new report: Breaking Down Barriers:...Read more
In November, Partnerships in Care (PiC) will open two new rehabilitation units in Coventry and Leeds as important step down facilities for male and...Read more
Partnerships in Care Brain Injury Services is pleased to be hosting a conference 'Is it criminal? Acquired brain injury, challenging behaviour and...Read more
A recent review published in one of North America’s leading psychiatric journals describes Violence Risk Assessment and Management, a book co-...Read more
Partnerships in Care (PiC) is pleased to confirm the purchase of Cleveland House in Lancashire which adds another 32 beds to its portfolio. The care...Read more
Partnerships in Care Brain Injury Services is delighted to introduce the newest members of our highly skilled and caring team. Dr Caroline Knight,...Read more


Partnerships in Care is one of the largest and most experienced providers of specialist, secure and step-down care across the UK.

With hospitals and services around the country, 30 years of experience and highly experienced teams, we help patients, residents and commissioners find the right care pathways, without the need for multiple reassessments.

We provide:

  • Medium secure, low secure, locked and open, recovery focused 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 and others, and require an emergency admission
  • Specialist residential care and education, specifically designed for young people, with histories of self-injurious behaviours, attachment difficulties and complex presentations
  • Individualised residential care for children, young people and adults, requiring treatment of acute or severe and enduring eating disorders
  • Education services for students who have experienced difficulty and trauma in their lives and for whom mainstream education is not a suitable option
  • Personalised in-patient and out-patient treatment for addiction, trauma and depression

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