Milton Park Therapeutic Campus
Milton Park Therapeutic Campus are committed to supporting individuals to progress through the complete care pathway. We work to actively transition individuals we support from secure units to residential services and onto Supported Living. We focus on enabling patients to move on and return to their home communities in England and Wales. We provide a locked and unlocked structured environment with person centred therapeutic intervention for individuals with:
- Autism (Autistic Spectrum Conditions including Asperger syndrome)
- Mental Health Conditions such as, Schizophrenia, Bi-Polar Disorder, Personality Disorder, OCD, Depression
- Learning Disabilities
- Patients at the hospital may also be detained under the Mental Health Act, under court diversion or informal.
We encourage visits from interested parties, especially if someone may be considering a placement at Milton Park, so please take this opportunity to come and meet the staff team and fellow patients and see our facilities. You can then get a real feel for what we have to offer and make your decision based on that – I promise you will not be disappointed !
David Lewis, Hospital Director, Milton Park Therapeutic Campus.
Milton Park Therapeutic Campus has specialist units:
Male High Dependency Unit
IBSS - Intensive Behaviour Support Service
Ashwood - Female Autism and Personality Disorder Service (acute service)
Learning Disability Unit - A robust Autism friendly environment for adults with Autism and severe LD.
Young Male Service (18-25 years of age)
Pathway House which is an innovative service which provides a new care pathway in between hospital care and residential services
Locked Male and Female Rehabilitation
Located near St Neots on the Cambridgeshire / Bedfordshire border, patients at Milton Park benefit from the on-site Star Centre and community facilities in the local town as well as the excellent road and rail links.
Mental Health Crisis Admission
- Rapid Response Safe Place - locked assessment and rehab
- Safe escorted transport service
- Evidence based, clinically led treatment and care
Speak directly to our Crisis team now on our 24 hour hotline - 01707 646 646