Hafal’s Gellinudd Recovery Centre has launched a brand new website: gellinudd.org.uk
The website provides in-depth information all about the award-winning Recovery Centre and showcases all of the fantastic facilities on offer to Guests.
Gellinudd Recovery Centre provides a unique and progressive in-patient service for people recovering from a mental illness in a state-of-the-art Centre based in the heart of beautiful South West Wales.
Gellinudd Guests enjoy a number of activities, both at the Centre and in the local community: they have access to a café and an outdoor therapeutic space, with a new gym and multi-faith room in development; they can also enjoy music and art activities, study for accredited qualifications, take part in outdoor activities… the list goes on!
The Centre provides 16 high-quality en-suite rooms which can be personalised to Guests’ own tastes. It also provides a warm welcome for visiting family and carers, with a playground, family room and comfortable lounge areas. Learn more about our facilities
Underpinning our service at Gellinudd Recovery Centre is a unique Recovery Programme which promotes self-management and a holistic approach to recovery which works. The Programme puts the Guest at the centre of their recovery and to set goals in all areas of their lives. Learn more about our Recovery Programme
Gellinudd Recovery Centre is run in partnership with the people who use it, and Guests take an active part in planning, evaluating and developing the service.
The Hospital is pioneering in that it employs a team of Peer Mentors who provide unique support informed by real insight, and form a key component of our comprehensive multidisciplinary team. Learn more about our team
Gellinudd is set in a rural residential area just minutes from Swansea, the Gower coast and the Brecon Beacons, with wonderful opportunities to explore the Welsh landscape on its doorstep. Learn more about our location
In recognition of its innovation the Centre was presented with a Pedro Montellano Good Practice Award by the Global Alliance of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks-Europe (GAMIAN) in 2017.
For more information please visit: gellinudd.org.uk