Treatment tailored to the individual

Beechley Drive - Cardiff

Beechley Drive4/6 Beechley DrivePentrebaneCardiffCF5 3SF

Tel.02920 575 290

Fax.02920 561 574

Beechley Drive - Cardiff

Beechley Drive House (previously Craegmoor) is a specialist group home for adults with learning disabilities who may also have past or present mental illness, located in Fairwater, just outside Cardiff. The home is ideally located for safe, structured and gradual reintegration into the local community along with good transport links to the city centre.

The home can accommodate eight adults; in one mixed house for four adults and in one female only house. Both houses offer a welcoming, safe and comfortable environment with patio areas and vegetable plots.

Recovery focused treatment

The multidisciplinary team work together to develop personalised recovery focused treatment programmes and care pathways, as well as a range of therapies to meet all service user needs.   The home strives to stabilise mental health, reduce the behaviours that challenge, develop daily living skills and actively maintain working relationships with case managers and community teams to enable a smooth and successful transition to life outside the home environment.  

Close links are maintained with local support groups, education and employment in order to help facilitate reintegration into the community.

Our Services

Our Specialists

Fees and Funding

Referrals & Admissions

Admission criteria

  • One house is mixed and the other female only
  • 18-64
  • Admitted informally/formally under Mental Health Act (1983) or any other orders
  • Learning Disability who may have a past or present mental health condition

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Multidisciplinary team

Our services are committed to providing a holistic approach to support every service user. The unit is led by an effective multidisciplinary team, experienced in rehabilitation and recovery and caring for service users with complex needs. The team includes: 

  • Consultant psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Educational professionals
  • Autism specialists
  • Art therapists
  • Dietitian  

Referrals are accepted from community teams, all medium/low secure units, other locked/open rehabilitation services, residential care homes, prisons and psychiatric intensive care units. An initial assessment will be undertaken by senior members of the multidisciplinary team. Once a referral has been accepted, funding approval must be in place before admission.

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