STRUCTURE: Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust opened two new services in February, according to latest board papers.
The first is the Selden Centre at the trust’s Swandean site in Worthing, West Sussex. It is described as “an excellent inpatient assessment and treatment centre for people with learning disabilities”.
The second is the Hellingly Centre near Hailsham, East Sussex, which is described as the trust’s “flagship medium secure hospital”.
The FT’s board papers said both centres were “designed to adhere to stringent guidance on privacy, dignity, safety and security” and “were entirely funded by money we raised ourselves”.
Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust chief executive’s report (attached, right)
29 February 2012