Amadeus recovery house is a community-based short stay house that offers an alternative to a hospital stay for people experiencing a mental health crisis.
The recovery house provides a safe and restful space for people who need help to get through an episode of acute mental illness and begin their recovery.
At Amadeus house, people are empowered to:
- Develop their own coping skills
- Build their resilience
- Take control of their lives.
This helps them to return home as soon as possible and stay well at home.
Residents can get help from a range of personal interventions, focused on their recovery. These include:
- Drop-in activity sessions
- Life skills coaching
- Peer support
- Physical health assessments.
People are also helped to develop their own recovery plans and can get support from the home treatment team whenever needed.
The house has:
- 17 private bedrooms
- A garden and quiet rooms
- Communal kitchens and lounges.