The word 'recovery' often makes us think about symptoms and cure because if someone is diagnosed with a physical health condition, treatment usually involves curing symptoms. However, in mental health, recovery means much more.
Recovery is not something that we do to you; it is something that you lead yourself and take ownership of, working towards it step-by-step. It can seem daunting and it can be difficult to know where to start, so it's important that you receive support along the way. We are here to help you in your recovery journey by providing the information, skills and care you need to manage your condition and live a meaningful life.
Central to our approach to recovery is the idea that we are partners working together and collaborating in your care.