Personality disorder pathway post-treatment service for offenders. PIPEs are not a treatment; they are instead designed to support transition and personal development at significant stages of an offender's pathway.
What conditions do you treat?
What age range does this service treat?
18 to 65 years
What geographical area does this service cover?
National service with a focus on the East of England and Midlands regions
Regular family days are held for the relatives of offenders held within the service at HMP Wayland.
Male Category C prisoners with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of personality disorder linked to offending behavior and who have completed high intensity treatments.
How can people get referred to this service?
Referrals are accepted by self-referral or through the Criminal Justice System from offender supervisors.
What to expect when referred
Referrals are screened within 3 months of receipt. Further interviews for prospective admissions are usually conducted via video link.
Service administrative address: Wensum Service, E-Wing, HMP Wayland, Griston, Thetford, Norfolk IP25 6RL
Telephone number (general): 01953 804195
Telephone number (urgent):
If there is an emergency and people are in immediate danger, call 999 for an ambulance.
If you are not a service user but require urgent support, contact your GP or call:
Samaritans: 116 123
NHS 111 (NHS support for non-life threatening situations): 111
For more information, see Help in a Crisis.
Ward name: Wensum Service, E-Wing
Ward address: HMP Wayland, Griston, Thetford, Norfolk IP25 6RL
Ward telephone number: 01953 804195
Visitor information: Prison visiting information can be found here.
HMP Wayland has a car park for visitors. There are no charges for use.