Arnold Lodge is a Forensic Services Medium Secure Unit in Leicester for adults aged 18 and over with mental illness and/or personality disorder.
Arnold Lodge forms part of the new care model ‘IMPACT’ (Improved Pathways and Community Teams), which has nine providers in the East Midlands region. The provider collaborative have made a commitment to an agreed set of values which emphasises hope, openness and honesty, a person centred approach, empowerment and opportunity, collaboration as well as safety and least restriction principles.
Our services include:
- Male Mental Illness Service - providing admission and assessment and continuing care and rehabilitation - Read more here: Arnold Lodge - Male Mental Illness Service NH734.pdf[pdf] 593KB
- Male Personality Disorder Services - providing a treatment programme for patients from prison, and high secure services - Read more here: Arnold Lodge - Male Personality Disorder Service NH780i.pdf[pdf] 572KB
- Women's Services - providing standard and enhanced medium secure services.(National WEMSS service) - Read more here: Arnold Lodge - Women's Service NH781.pdf[pdf] 531KB
Rampton Hospital is one of only three high secure hospitals in the country providing a comprehensive range of highly specialised services to adult patients who experience a mental health problem, personality disorder or learning disability combined with a history of offending behaviour.
The hospital is host to a number of national high secure services including the national high secure service for women, deaf service and the national learning disability service.
The services within the hospital provide a range of treatment pathways for men with a diagnosis of learning disability and mental health problems and women with complex needs including enduring psychosis, trauma, personality disorder, offending behaviour and self-harm. A range of psychological, occupational, educational and vocational approaches will be available to support men and women through their recovery.
Our aim is to engage patients in a comprehensive assessment process and to support them as they progress through an individualised care package which is focussed on both providing care and treatment relating to the individual’s mental disorder and also addressing their offending behaviour.
Low Secure and Community Forensic
The Low Secure & Community Forensic Directorate covers our low secure site based at Wells Road Centre (Nottingham); plus Community Forensic Teams, the Personality Disorder Network based at the Mandala Centre and Criminal Justice Liaison Teams working into Nottinghamshire Police stations and Courts.
The Wells Road Centre
We provide low secure inpatient services to adult men and women with mental disorder and for men with a learning disability.
You will only be admitted to The Wells Road Centre if you are referred by a professional.
Referrals come from:
- secure hospitals
- general mental health services
- independent sector hospitals
We provide medium secure inpatient services to male adult patients with mental disorder.
We offer assessment, treatment and rehabilitation. We aim to reduce the distress associated with mental health problems and promote recovery.
We work to reduce the risks associated with our patient group and tailor treatment to meet each patient's needs. We are dedicated to achieving the highest standards of patient care.
Our model of care involves:
- establishing effective, sustained therapeutic relationships
- problem solving
- positive role modelling
- structured therapy programmes
We also offer a range of sporting, leisure, educational and vocational activities and are a recognised Recovery College campus.
Community Forensic Intellectual and Developmental Disability Service (CFIDD)
We support adults with a learning disability and or autism who are at risk of being involved with the criminal justice system, across Nottinghamshire (both City and County).
Our team consists of nursing, psychiatry, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, psychology and social work. We promote the most effective assessment, treatment and management of people whilst promoting their recovery.
We may work with people currently in secure hospitals to support them moving back into the community. We can also offer specialist support and guidance to other services.