Jays recognises that the wrong set of life events can make almost anyone vulnerable to depression & other mental health issues.
Whether an individual is suffering from mild depression, psychosis, schizophrenia, brain injury, substance measure abuse or eating disorders. We provide care to help individuals with short, medium and long-term mental health conditions to lead an independent, happier and rewarding life at home and their communities.
We see recovery as a personal journey, that may involve developing hope, a secure base and sense of self, supportive relationships, empowerment, social inclusion, coping skills, and meaning. Using our person centred approach we enable you to achieve a ‘self-defined’ recovery. Each care programme includes the following criteria:
- The users and their families (if applicable) views will be expressed
- Agreed objectives will be realistic and achievable
- Objectives, actions and time scales will be agreed by the user, their family, other health professionals involved and Jays representatives
- The care programme will be monitored frequently and adjusted to the changing need
We will help you to achieve enjoyment in life, better managed health, self-empowerment and economic well being.