The Trust has been awarded a contract worth up to £3million by NHS England Health and Justice to provide integrated healthcare services at Clayfields House Local Authority Secure Children’s Home in Nottinghamshire. The contract starts on 1 April 2017 for three years, with the option to extend for up to a further two years on an annual basis.
We already provide healthcare services to the unit under the current contract and was successfully chosen to provide the new contract following a competitive tender process. The services include mental health, physical health and substance misuse services, delivery of which the Trust has extensive experience.
Clayfields House is a secure children’s home, run by Nottinghamshire County Council. It provides secure care, education and specialist interventions for up to 18 vulnerable young people between 10 and 18 years of age. The home provides full residential care, on site education and training, specialist interventions for offending and high risk behaviours and a wide range of health provision.
Paul Smeeton, Executive Director Local Partnerships at Nottinghamshire Healthcare said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this contract. We have extensive experience of working with Clayfields House, holding the current contract for the past four years and having provided services to the home since 2009. Under the new contract, we will continue to provide and develop a range of high quality specialist mental health, physical health and substance misuse services, working closely with partners, to support this vulnerable group of young people.”