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The PiC Quality Account is now available on both the NHS Choices and PiC public websites. The publication, produced to Department of Health...Read more
Today, Partnerships in Care (PiC) extends its service offering with the acquisition of The Manor Clinic, a 15-bedded drug, addiction and depression...Read more
Partnerships in Care’s fourth annual Sharing Best Practice event on 23 to 24 June brought together experts across specialist care for patients with...Read more
Seven regional teams across Partnerships in Care (PiC) took on the Three Peaks at the weekend and have raised £7,562.00 for various chosen charities...Read more
Partnerships in Care (“PiC”) is pleased to confirm the completion of its purchase of Care UK’s mental health services (299 beds) alongside the...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
PiC employees and patients will cycle, run or walk 2028 miles or more to reflect the Tour de France and support 4 charities with Tour de PiC 2015. So...Read more
Partnerships in Care is pleased to announce two senior appointments at the new brain injury service, Burton Park in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire...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


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

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