Suffolk Rehabilitation and Recovery Service (SRRS) is a newly developed inpatient rehabilitation service for Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) helping individuals whom have a severe and enduring mental illness to build functional living skills to enable moving from an inpatient to community based setting with the support of a knowledgeable and compassionate team.
The service is open to individuals whom require repatriation after long stays away from locality or as a step down from Acute care hence referral is through the Extra Curricular Resource (ECR) care coordination and Integrated Delivery Teams (IDT) or the Acute Inpatient Clinical Team.
SRRS is a 24 hour service with the availability of an outreach service for service users (09.00 - 21.00) whom have been recently discharged form SRRS, providing continuity and utilising the therapeutic relationship develop during inpatient care to guide empowered living.
An individualised recovery focused service supporting 3 pathways: admission, inpatient care and discharge, in a timely and supportive manner
Access to a comprehensive Occupational therapy programme developing individualised support
Support from caring, compassionate, experienced and knowledgeable clinicians guiding you towards empowered living
A service directed at reducing time spent out of area and bringing service users back to family and friends
An individualised outreach programme tailored to your support needs for up to 1 month following discharge
A seamless integration between the IDT, supported housing and SRRS to reduce the impact of anxiety upon discharge
Suffolk Rehabilitation and Recovery Service
560-562 Foxhall Road
If you have an enquiry regarding SRRS then please call 01473 322270 / 01473 322271 or email SRRS@nsft.nhs.uk
This is by no means an exhaustive list and individuals referred will be considered on the merit of rehabilitation potential
A carers pack with guidance and support pertaining to services available
The offer of 1:1 engagement with the nursing team so as to know you are supported
Regular invitations to reviews to maintain continuity with the recovery process
Chris Platten, Ward Manager
If there are immediate concerns about the wellbeing of an individual that requires urgent attention then please contact the police.
If you need advice regarding mental health services on a non-urgent basis please contact Woodlands reception on 01473 891700 if based in Ipswich or Wedgwood reception on 01284 719700 if based in Bury St Edmunds and they can point you in the direction of an appropriate local service.