Ivetsey House

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service in Staffordshire

Ivetsey House is a community-based mental health service providing care and support for up to 4 young people with complex needs. We offer person-centered care to people to support them to become as independent as possible.


Capacity up to 4


All Genders


Ivetsey House is a specialist mental health service for young people.

This service is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Click here to view our latest report & rating.

Ivetsey House provides a homely setting for recovery away from the clinical environment of a ward. The property is based within the village community whilst still benefiting from access to the facilities and support offered at the main hospital site, Ivetsey Bank Hospital.  

Ivetsey House supports those stepping down from formal services as a progression of their recovery, or those who would benefit from a community-based recovery setting. The service supports young people who have complex mental health conditions such as eating disorders, mood disorders, and psychosis, in a safe and secure environment.

Our model of care is clinically led and has been put together by our doctors, nurses, psychologists, therapists, social worker and other experts in this field.  It also builds upon the feedback we have received from young people and their families about what matters to them.

We have our own Ofsted registered school at Ivetsey Bank Hospital so our young people can continue with their studies while receiving treatment, provided they are well enough to attend.

We are dedicated to providing caring, supportive, recovery-focused treatment and we achieve this by working together with our young people, their families and other professionals.

Conditions we support, but are not limited to:

  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Anxiety Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Depression
  • Mood Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Psychosis
  • Schizoaffective Disorder
  • Undiagnosed Emerging Personality Disorder (UEPD)

Capacity for 4

Ivetsey House has capacity for up to 4 residients with shared living areas to suit individual needs.

Purpose-built facilities

We have renonovated the building to ensure all facilities are high-quality and fit-for-purpose.

24-hour staff team

All residents have access to our 24-hour support team. We’re here for whatever they need, whenever they need it. 

Communal areas

Communal lounges, kitchens and dining spaces are where residents can come together to socialise.

Outside spaces

We have an easily accessible garden which allows our residents to enjoy the outdoors in safe, secure environment.

Close to town

We’re situated close to local amenities with public transport links allowing us to provide supervised travel when needed.

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 Ivetsey House 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

Ivetsey Road, Wheaton Aston ST19 9QW

Contact Number

Tel: 01732 779353

We're here, let's talk.

We’re here to talk to you about any care needs you may require. We have a dedicated team ready to assist you with whatever you need. Active Care Group has been providing complex care for over 30 years.

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