The Community Rehabilitation Service supports people living with complex mental health problems to achieve their goals and gain the skills and confidence to live as independently as possible.
Since the service began in 2015, we have supported more than 400 people, reduced inpatient admissions and successfully discharged 70% of clients to their GP - a really positive outcome considering many of the people we work with have been in secondary mental health services for many years.
The Community Rehabilitation team is led by Second Step with clinical leadership from a psychologist, and brings together social, psychological and medical approaches to give individually tailored support from a team of professionals. The team also includes peer recovery navigators who have their own experience of recovery and mental health services.
Find out more information about the impact the service has here in our Year One Evaluation.
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By watching our photo-essay (below), called Taking Mental Health Outside you’ll find out more about what we do. Taking Mental Health Outside is the result of a four-month experimental film project with staff, volunteers, peer workers and clients from the Community Rehabilitation Service which is both poignant and deeply personal.