Lancashire & Yorkshire
Active Pathways provide a range of high quality recovery focused mental health services for adults aged 18-65 at our services; The Hamptons and Brookhaven both situated in Bamber Bridge, Lancashire in the North-west of England near Preston. Park Place and Millcroft are brand new, purpose built accommodation for tenants in Seacroft, Leeds.
The Hamptons, Preston
The Hamptons is a purpose-built 14 bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital in Preston, Lancashire. This first-class facility provides accommodation for men who experience a complex range of mental health issues and require long term support and treatment within a safe and supportive environment. Care and treatment is delivered by our full multi-disciplinary team.Read More
Brookhaven is a 22 bed adult age nursing home providing an open-rehabilitation, complex care service to individuals with enduring mental health needs. The service is delivered by an experienced, multi-disciplinary team of psychology, nursing, and occupational therapy staff with community Responsible Clinician support.Read More
Park Place, Leeds
Park Place is a purpose-built supported living development comprising of 11 2 bedroomed apartments. Each apartment is of a high standard and is fully furnished: all residents need to do is move in!Read More
We have recently opened a brand-new, purpose-built step-down residential rehabilitation service located in Seacroft for adult males who have been identified as suitable for this level of shared care, or who may have experienced a breakdown in their existing placement.Read More
Heathy House, Halifax
Heathy House, our new 10 bed rehabilitation service will provide a step down residential service. This quality, modern spacious environment located over two floors consisting of four self-contained apartments and six well-appointed en-suite bedrooms. There’s access to a large enclosed garden area and is ideally situated within close proximity to local amenities.Read More
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Thank you to a wonderful team. All your hard work and dedication does come to some good. He has his life back, he is a confident young man, a lot of people have been involved in his progress and you are all amazing
It's fabulous here. It is the best thing, he has settled so well, as the staff are fantastic. They have given him his life back. He has a job and does his own cooking. Staff are teaching him life skills. He has cleaning job here, so many hours per week and she gets a small wage for that." And, "He goes to the gym and boxer-cise. The change in him has been incredible.