The Recovery Service South provides support to adults living in the south of Sheffield who have complex or ongoing mental health needs.
You may also hear us referred to as a community mental health team.
We provide health and social care support to help aid recovery, promote independence and improve both physical and mental wellbeing.
The support we offer can be described under three broad categories, which includes care for:
- Psychotic disorders
- Non-psychotic disorders
- Personality disorders
All of the support we provide will be based on your individual needs and you will be fully involved in deciding what will work best for you.
We will regularly review your care plan with you and anyone else you would like to be involved in your care, such as family, loved one or carer.
The Recovery Service works closely with the Trust’s Home Treatment Team who provide short-term support at home to avoid admission to hospital.
How is the service accessed?
Referrals to the Recovery Service are only received from other Trust services, including our Single Point of Access service.
To be eligible for referral to our service you must be aged 18 or over and have a complex or ongoing mental health need that cannot be met by primary health care services.
You must also be willing to engage with the treatment and support we offer.
To take a look at our service eligibility and selection criteria in full click here.