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Clifton House

Clifton House provides community based residential services offering support and rehabilitation for adults experiencing a wide range of mental health issues. Deepdene Care, an established national mental healthcare provider, has operated this unit since its acquisition in 2008.

Clifton House is a specialist service offering solutions for adults with a history of behaviours which often result in placement difficulties. Service users at Clifton House often exhibit complex mental health needs including severe and enduring mental illnesses, challenging behaviour, and drug or alcohol dependency. We are well equipped to accommodate those who exhibit behaviours such as self-harm, personality disorders, or dual diagnosis.

Individual care

A purpose built service meeting the needs of up to 32 service users, Clifton House is spread over three floors offering spacious and modern accommodation and facilities including individual lounges, residents kitchens and communal dining and recreational areas. Service users at Clifton House are supported by a highly skilled multi-disciplinary team, consisting of an experienced and qualified home manager leading a team of key workers, care support workers and activities staff who provide 24 hour support.

Clifton House provides a particularly high level of support to its service users, who are encouraged to focus on their recovery through the provision of individually tailored care plans that are outcome based. These address the practical, social and psychological needs of each person, enabling them to live as independently as possible.

Service users are encouraged to focus on their recovery by working with us to develop individualised pathways of care that encourage positive risk taking and focus on individuals’ strengths and aspirations, enabling them to take an active part in their care and rehabilitation program.

Who to contact

0161 226 7698

Where to go

Name of Venue
Clifton House
Venue Address
Shrewsbury Court
M16 7NR

Who is it for?

Supporting People With
Mental health conditions
Challenging Behaviour
Last updated date:
12 November 2018


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