Mental Health Recovery Pathway
The Mental Health Recovery Pathway (MHRP) is a mental health provision based across three sites in Islington.
The MHRP is designed to respond to the mental health needs of Islington residents with a wide spectrum of ongoing mental health problems. It offers two pathways:
Integrated Community Support (ICS)
Provides open-access day services opportunities for Islington residents who experience mental distress.
Structured Intervention Support (SIS)
Provides support to people with complex mental health needs, by referral only. It consists of the following teams and provisions:
The Reablement Programme team provides a short-term intensive support programme for people with severe and enduring mental health problems to enable and/or improve transitions (e.g. hospital discharge)
The Psycho-Social Support (PSS) team provides personalised key work support to enable people with complex mental health needs progress and maintain independent living
The Inreach Project provides bridging support from hospital admission back to the community
The Community Recovery and Crisis Enablement Service (CRCE) is a Big Lottery Funded service that offers a personalised, goal-oriented Enablement programme of 8-13 weekly one-to-one sessions, helping people obtain and/or obtain independence. CRCE also offers ad-hoc support to help with immediate practical barriers such as completing forms, attending key appointments.
The Psychosis Therapy Project (PTP) provides talking therapies for people diagnosed with psychotic illness.