Blackburn Road

Adult mental health service in Lancashire

Blackburn Road in Lancashire is a specialist residential care home for adults with a diagnosed mental health condition. We’re here to support our residents working closely with them to further their independent living skills, and enhance their quality of life through a holistic approach to care.

Exterior of Blackburn Road


Capacity up to 7


Adult mental health


All genders


Lancashire

An adult mental health service providing specialist support.

Blackburn Road offers both long and short-term care for adults with diagnosed mental health conditions. Operating in Lancashire, Blackburn Road is purposefully small to offer a calm, tranquil and homely setting for residents allowing them to focus on what’s important to them.

Our aim is to make a difference; to enable people to optimise their potential and enjoy full and rewarding lives. We are committed to putting the individual at the heart of everything we do, providing a seamless and personalised recovery approach and with a focus on our users’ wishes, hopes and expectations. We’re not just here to help someone feel protected and safe, we’re here to help them get better and to move forward in their lives.

All residents have access to and are encouraged to use our range of on-site therapies including occupational therapy, psychology, in addition to the nursing care they receive. We care for the psychological and emotional needs of every resident just as much as the physical needs.

We work in partnership with clients and their families to offer bespoke assessed care packages aligned to service user specific in-house training and clinical nurse-led governance. This ensures that each member of our social care workforce has the right mix of skills, expertise, cultural awareness, confidence, and passion for their assignments, while aiming to maximise the positive outcomes for our clients through care packages that have transitioned from prescriptive and needs-led delivery to holistic, bespoke, and outcome-based approaches, however that looks for each resident. By believing in better, we help our residents to achieve more every day and see them return home.

Conditions we support, but are not limited to:

  • bipolar disorder
  • mild autistic spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • mild learning disabilities
  • personality disorder
  • schizophrenia

7 bedrooms

Purposefully small by design Blackburn Road has capacity for up to seven residents allowing for a calm, relaxing environment.

En-suite and shared bathrooms

Blackburn Road offers bathroom and washing facilities of the highest degree.

Communal lounge

We have a lovely lounge area where residents can come together to watch films, play games or take part in shared activities like painting. .

Kitchen/dining area

Blackburn Road has a large kitchen/dining area for communal eating where everyone is encouraged to convene.

Accessible outdoor space

We have an outdoor space where residents are encouraged to cultivate plant life while learning new skills in the process.

Close to local amenities

We are close to local amenities and have multiple transport links on our doorstep allowing for supervised outings.

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Meet the team

Download our brochure

Our goal is to care for people and help them lead rich, rewarding and meaningful lives, however that looks for them. Download our brochure to learn more about the services we provide at Active Care Group.

Commitment to quality

At Blackburn Road we have aligned and agreed our strategic goals to define what we want our organisation to achieve. This means we have also aligned them with the five domains of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection standards to ensure we provide the very best care possible to all our residents. 

Our address

175 Blackburn Road, Great Harwood, Lancashire, BB6 7LU

Contact number

Tel: 01254 829216

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