The Hope Service is a multi-agency service for young people aged 11-18 who are experiencing complex mental health, emotional, social and behavioural needs which could cause a placement breakdown or may require a Tier 4 hospital admission. These needs cannot be met by one agency alone. It is a joint partnership between Health Services, Children’s Services and Education who work together to provide support to young people in the community and through day programme provision. At Hope there is a dedicated team of social workers, nurses, teachers, psychologists, art/drama therapists, psychiatrists, a systemic family worker and activity workers.
The Hope Service is based on 3 sites:
- Hope Epsom in West Park in Epsom
- Hope Guildford on Worplesdon Road in Guildford
- Extended Hope in Redhill
See www.hopeservice.org.uk for more information.
The Hope Service Remit
- To prevent or shorten Tier 4 inpatient hospital admissions for young people with mental health difficulties.
- To prevent out of county fostering, community home or residential school placements for young people
- To prevent family breakdown, where a young person is likely to be placed out of county
- To work with young people in the community and/or through the provision of an individualised day programme to meet their specific therapeutic, educational and social needs
- To support young people to access employment, education or training on exit from Hope
- To work with young people on a short- term basis, usually for 6 -12 months
Between 57-59 Worplesdon Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9RS
Woodside Lodge, West Park, Horton Lane, Epsom, Surrey KT19 8PB
EXTENDED HOPE - Redhill