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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Community of Communities

Our Members

The Community of Communities currently comprises over 80 members from within the UK and abroad.

 

 

 

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Member TCs offer specialist services to with adults and children with a range of complex needs including attachment disorders, personality disorders, offending behaviours, addictions, learning disabilities and severe mental illness.

 

They are found within health, social care, education, private and criminal justice sectors.

 

 

Addiction Communities

Our Addiction members are found within the criminal justice system and in the community.

These communities are reviewed against their own specialist Service Standards, and join with the Adult Democratic Communities in the annual review cycle.


 

Adult Democratic Communities

Adult Democratic members include services predominantly working with clients with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder in the NHS, services in the community for the same, community services for people recovering from severe enduring mental illnesses including psychosis, and communities within the prison system for the reduction of offending behaviours.

 

These communities are reviewed against the Service Standards for Therapeutic Communities 6th Edition.

 

Children and Young People’s Communities

Our member services for Children and Young People are predominantly specialist therapeutic homes and residential schools for Looked After Children, and are reviewed against the Service Standards for Therapeutic Communities 6th Edition.

 

Learning Disability Communities

Our member services for people with learning disabilities are currently Camphill Communities. These services describe themselves as ‘Intentional’ communities and aim to provide a therapeutic environment for their residents with and without learning disabilities.

 

These services are reviewed against the Service Standards for Learning Disability Communities 1st Edition.

 

Offender Communities

Our members in the prison system are either ‘democratic’ services focused on reducing offending behaviours, or ‘hierarchical’ services working to reduce both substance misuse and offending behaviours amongst their members.

 

These services are reviewed against the Service Standards for Therapeutic Communities 6th Edition and for Addiction Communties, respectively, and also against standards to determine compliance with HM Prison Service’s core model for Therapeutic Communities.

 


Where next...

 

Community of Communities, The Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street
London, E1 8BB    
Tel: 020 3701 2679   Email: Josie Thorne

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