133 Balornock Road
Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Telephone: 0141 201 3000
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Mull, Harris and Lewis wings are where people admitted to Skye House have their individual en suite room. There are also two dining areas where meals and snacks are taken. There is a television room in each wing.
Monday-Friday 4pm-5pm 7pm-9pm
No visiting on a Wednesday
Saturday & Sunday 3pm-5pm and 7pm-9pm
It is preferred that no more than 3 people visit at the one time, as it can be difficult for young people if too many people visit.
Only parents, siblings and carers are allowed in bedrooms. Other visitors are invited into the House visiting area.
Visitors must inform staff of their arrival, as this will help staff find an appropriate place for you to wait during your visit. You will be required to sign in and out on our fire register when you visit.
Any visitor who arrives under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be permitted access to Skye House.
Skye House provides inpatient treatment for young people with conditions like severe depression, eating disorders, psychosis and obsessive-compulsive disorders.
In addition to all the bedrooms at Skye House being en-suite, there is a purpose-built gym, fully equipped classrooms, landscaped gardens and overnight accommodation for visiting families.
Skye House has been specially designed and purpose-built to meet young people's needs and leading to substantial improvements in their care and treatment. The planning of the unit also benefited from the fact that the young people themselves contributed significantly to the planning process.
While young people are in Skye House, they will go to school, therapy groups, family sessions and individual sessions. Young people will also have time to do things that they want to do.
Every week, young people will get a timetable for the next week. Although each young person's timetable is different, there are some routines/groups which all young people should follow.
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