Turning Point’s crisis service in Nottingham moves

News item posted: 19 June 2017

Haven House, a Turning Point mental health crisis service in Nottingham, has moved to a new location.

Gaye Flounders, Senior Operations Manager at Turning Point, has assured people using the service that support will continue as normal with minimal disruption.

Last year Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust carried out an external procurement for a three year contract for the provision of crisis house services where Turning Point was successful in the process. The six bed service provides 24-hour support delivered in partnership with the NHS Trust.

Turning Point began providing the service in January 2016 but the accommodation was available only temporarily. The move sees the service transfer to a permanent location, now with disabled access, and is only a short distance from the previous location.

Staff at Haven House support people to identify the causes of their difficulties and work with them to establish solutions and plans which enable them to return home as soon as is possible, with a package of agreed support.

Felicia Job, Service Manager at Turning Point’s Haven House said: ‘We are making sure the move does not disrupt the support we are providing to people in Nottingham. However, the new accommodation is warm and welcoming – we hope the people we support are able to feel at home and continue their journey to recovery.’

Updated contact details can be found on the Turning Point website here: /haven-house.aspx.