Helping you towards independence and recovery


Man with keys to flat as part of Springboard Rehabilitation Hope Court

If you are looking for support for a child or young person, please visit our dedicated Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services pages.


There may be times when you need a bit of extra support in taking that step after being in an adult inpatient facility, or to gain better skills to progress towards living independently.

That’s where our Springboard rehabilitation and recovery service comes in.

Simply put, you live with us while we help you build life skills until you’re ready to make the move to live independently on your own.

Based at Hope Court – a 13 apartment complex with gym, garden, activity suites, quiet rooms and communal areas - each individual has their own bedroom, bathroom and kitchen.

Each person is provided with a thorough assessment of their needs, individual support and step-by-step goals to help them recover and make the move to living independently.

We have staff to support you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and they will provide psychological support, therapeutic, recreational, occupational and creative activities,  as well as occupational therapy.

We will make sure you develop personally so that you can go on to live successfully in the local community which is why we’ll help you find accommodation of your own as well as employment and education opportunities.

The dedicated team will also work closely with social services and your family and friends.


How do I access the Springboard rehabilitation service?

Discuss how we can support you with your care coordinator.

If you’re in a mental health crisis and need urgent help, call the Single Point of Access on (01472) 256256 and select option 3. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Alternatively, you can call NHS 111 free from a landline or mobile phone.