Ida Darwin hospital has five inpatient units, providing quality care for children and adolscents with mental health problems as well as a specialist learning disabilities services.
The four wards are:
The Croft children's and family unit - a residential service for children with mental health problems and their families, providing intensive assessment and treatment for children with complex emotional, behavioural and social difficulties. We also offer intensive work with parents to develop their parenting skills.
The Darwin Centre is a specialist adolescent in-patient unit for the assessment and treatment of young people age 12-17 years old (inclusive) with serious mental health problems. The centre works in partnership with young people, their families and other external children's agencies to help them manage their illness in a way that will enable them to return to their home and community at the earliest and safest opportunity.
The Phoenix Centre - is a specialist in-patient and day-patient unit for the treatment of young people aged 11-17 years old (inclusive) suffering from complex eating disorders.The Centre works collaboratively with young people, their families and other professionals working with them to help them to come to terms with, and understand, their illness, improve behaviours and develop strategies for dealing with it more successfully.
For more detailed information on the wards and our commuinity services please visit www.cpft.nhs.uk