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Mental Health Services

For people who experience a mental health problem, the shame and silence can be as bad as the symptoms themselves. We're here to break that cycle.

Sometimes we say we're fine when we're not. We are here to support you.

Trident Reach's Mental Health Service supports customers to maximise their living skills, better manage their mental and physical health, access and maintain appropriate housing, help them find voluntary and paid employment and training and education as well as access and participate in mainstream activities and opportunities within their community.

Our overall aim is to support customers to improve their wellbeing and resilience, enabling them to live their lives the way they want or choose.

Trident Reach's service works with people within Birmingham, Dudley and Shropshire in the following settings:

Our Birmingham Mental Health Service offers a recovery focused and housing related floating support service, working with people who are aged 16 years and over with mental health problems across the City.

The support provided is tailored specifically to each individual's needs and situation.

To speak to a member of the Birmingham Mental Health team, please call 0121 326 7515 or email LD&MHcomplexneeds@tridentreach.org.uk

Murray Grey Mews provides person-centred, focused support for people with complex and enduring mental health needs. In partnership with Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, we provide an innovative approach to mental health recovery.

The scheme consists of a purpose-built shared housing and self-contained apartments. The service provision is time limited for up to a maximum of two years with support fully focussed on enabling individuals to move onto more independent living.

The service is allocated to individuals via a referral and assessment process with approval from the Health and Social Care nominations panel.

To speak to a member of the team, please call 0121 226 5800 ext. 1592 or email MGMenquiries@tridentreach.org.uk

Our Mental Health Service offers a recovery focused and housing related support service, working with people who are aged 18 years and over with mental health problems within Shropshire.

The support provided is tailored specifically to each individual's needs and situation.

Services we offer include:

  • Oak Paddock provides short term mental health crisis intervention and a place of safety. This service provides support to individuals to take positive steps to manage their current crisis preventing the requirement to be sectioned.
  • The Elms provides rehabilitation and recovery support for younger adults and adults with mental health needs. The Elms House consists of 11 bedrooms in a main house and three attached flats. Within the main building people have access to communal lounges, quiet spaces and activity rooms which includes a dedicated relaxation room. The service focuses on supporting individuals with their mental health recovery to enable to positively move on into step down provision including supported accommodation.
  • Abbey Foregate provides step down support from mental health rehabilitation support to customers by offering housing related supported accommodation. The service supports customers to develop the skills and resources required to live independently. This includes supporting them to learn practical skills to manage and sustain a tenancy and prepare to move on to independent living.
  • Community Outreach provides outreach support to individuals living within their own homes. Our services are tailored to each individual and their support needs to continue to mange their mental health well, sustain their home and to remain living independently.

To speak to a member of the Mental Health team, please contact:

  • Regional Office & Community Outreach - 01743 355 715
  • Oak Paddock – 01743 369 679
  • The Elms – 01743 244 392
  • Abbey Foregate – 01743 367 271

Alternatively you can contact the service by emailing shropshire@tridentreach.org.uk 

To view our CQC ratings, please click on the links below:

Elms House

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