Mental Health

Residential mental health facilities at Valorum

Millions of people around the world suffer from mental health problems, and the number of people who are suffering with severe issues such as complex trauma, PTSD and depression is continuing to rise. At Valorum we provide those who need help managing severe mental health difficulties the space and care to tackle those head on and move forward towards a more fulfilling and positive life.

Our care team has years of experience in helping residents manage even the most complex of mental health issues, offering support, care and the skills required to recognise their trigger points and find sustainable solutions and coping mechanisms.

Specialised care for severe mental health disorders at Valorum

At Valorum, we work with some of the UK’s leading mental health professionals and a care team that provides round-the-clock care for those suffering from severe mental health disorders. Our care is tailored to each individual’s needs, providing a platform to find an approach to help residents get to the root of their disorders and find the best coping mechanisms for a brighter and happier future.

We collaborate with all our residents, as well as family members and loved ones to get an understanding of who you are and how your personality will best react to various forms of therapy and activities, with our mental health experts using that information to craft weekly plans that provide consistency and familiarity.

How we provide holistic mental health treatment

Each day, our residents wake up to a scheduled routine that gives them the clarity they need to focus on their mental health. Combining therapy with activities that promote both physical and well-being, residents consistently make leaps forward in their treatment.

Therapies range to suit each resident, with individual, family and group therapy all available, while afternoons will welcome the likes of yoga and meditation sessions that can really aid a person’s mental health.

Our teams help residents get to the root of their mental health problems and then build from the base to provide a strategic approach to recognising potential triggers, avoiding them and coping in a more effective and positive manner.

Across all our residential care homes, our care staff are available all day every day to help with any needs a resident may have, while those living with us enjoy spacious bedrooms with en-suite facilities as well as plenty of communal living areas where social engagement is encouraged through various activities and facilities available.

  • Private and spacious rooms with en-suite wetroom
  • 24/7 support from our caring nurses
  • High ratio of staff to residents
  • Nutritious and seasonal food menu
  • Holistic, personalised support plan
  • Regular support for families

Supporting families of residents receiving residential mental health support

We encourage families to be involved in the entire process, from aiding with creating a resident’s care plan to being active in any family therapy sessions or activities that a loved one may wish for you to get involved in.

Our care team keeps family members fully informed on a resident’s progress while they are also available to provide the family with support, answer questions and provide any training or tips on how to help loved ones cope with their mental health.

Find care facilities for people living with severe mental health problems near you

Across many of our UK sites our team are trained and qualified in helping people living with severe mental health problems. Find a residential care facility near you and speak to a member of our care staff to discover how we can help and what the best course of action may be to move forward and look to a more positive future.

Frequently asked questions about severe mental health care

What types of therapies are offered in residential mental health care homes?

Our care homes offer a range of therapies that can be successful in supporting people living with severe mental health conditions. Cognitive behavioural therapy is among the most common, but the likes of art therapy, music therapy and group sessions can all have an impact. We speak to the individual and collaborate with mental health experts to ensure the right form of therapy is provided to each resident to get the results required.

How do mental health care homes ensure the safety and well-being of residents?

At Valorum, the safety of our residents is paramount and we have a range of systems in place to ensure that they are well looked after. We manage medications within the care team, as well as having care staff available 24/7 should any residents find themselves in distress.

 

Are there specific care facilities for individuals with complex trauma and mental health needs?

Many of our UK sites have qualified and fully trained staff and therapists available to provide the support needed for those with complex trauma and mental health problems. Use the map above to find the care homes where we offer such services and get in touch with a member of our team today to discover how we can help.

 

What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient mental health care services?

Support can be offered to those with severe mental health problems both through inpatient care and outpatient. The difference between the two is that those receiving inpatient care will live in residence at Valorum, while outpatient care sees people living at home and receiving treatment, with therapists and care staff visiting on regular occasions for sessions.

 

How do mental health group homes support individuals with diverse mental health conditions?

Group therapy can be really valuable to residents with mental health conditions that prefer to vocalise more socially. It can add to the collaborative experience of sharing worries and concerns, while also finding people that are going through similar experiences. There is often comfort in that.

Group sessions can provide additional support from those around them, creating valuable support networks as well as reducing the risks of things like loneliness, which can be a key contributor in depression.