Braeburn House

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About our service

Braeburn House is a purpose built, modern, 28 bedded male, mental health rehabilitation and recovery service in the heart of Salford, Greater Manchester. The unit comprises of three wards: Buile Hill Ward, Light Oaks Ward and The Crescent.

Our overall aim at Braeburn House is to improve our service user’s mental health and well being and help them develop and maintain healthy relationships with others. Braeburn House will work to promote positive mental health and wellbeing so that our service users can then engage in the wide range of therapies available, in order to support their recovery and rehabilitation pathway to ultimately live successful and fulfilling lives in the community.

Who We Help

We accept males over 18 years of age who suffer from a primary diagnosis of mental illness and have already progressed in their journeys of recovery but still require further support and intensive interventions to develop the necessary coping strategies and skills to manage a more independent life within a more community-based setting. We support individuals who are detained under the Mental Health Act as well as those who wish to remain informal but seek out support and treatment in order to support their rehabilitation.

How to find us

As a patient

As a service user, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Find resources for carers and service users  Contact the Trust