The spectrum of mental health problems can range from everyday worries to serious long-term conditions
The majority of people who experience serious mental health problems can get over them or learn to live with them, especially if they get the right sort of help.
Correct diagnoses remain central to the way that these conditions can be treated and no two people behave the same when they are unwell. Many people try to keep their condition hidden because they are afraid of other people’s reactions. Some don’t know that they have a problem at all even though they struggle desperately to cope with their daily lives. Many have suffered in silence for years.
ubu is skilled at supporting all sufferers with empathy, tact and practical plans designed specifically to assist each individual to face up to their difficulties. We are not motivated by temporary management or solutions. The people we serve often display severe and complex mental health issues, characterised by abuse, self harm, criminal activity and offensive behaviour. They may have been sectioned under the Mental Health Act, 1983.
ubu’s unique style of care and personal programmes contribute towards long term solutions centred around providing the support and assistance to individuals to live independently in the community.