Gardener Unit provides care for young people with serious mental illness or concern of a significant psychiatric disorder with significant levels of risk. These will be young people who require assessment and/or treatment and/or rehabilitation, and who could not otherwise safely receive this in a non-secure hospital setting or custody setting. The service aims to maximise young people’s hope about their future, enabling them to develop safe indepentent living and promoting opportunities for positive achievement. The unit is recovery-oriented with recovery being client-centred. The Gardener Unit team recognise the unique and diverse needs of young people and provide quality residential care.
The Gardener Unit is one of a number of medium secure adolescent forensic units across the country providing highly specialised care in a secure environment. The unit contains ten beds and is for boys between the ages of 11 and 18 years.
How to access
Members of the public are unable to refer themselves to this service.
For further advice, please speak to your care coordinator.
Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
Bury New Road, Prestwich, Manchester, M25 3BL
Telephone: 0161 772 3425