Linn Dara is a Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Inpatient Unit for young people under the age of 18.
It consists of two 11 bedded Units, Hazel and Rowan and a two bedded high observation unit called Oak. Each young person has their own ensuite bedroom. Linn Dara is an open Unit.
Linn Dara works with young people who are struggling with their mental health, they may have become isolated or are finding it hard to cope with everyday life.
Mental health difficulties can present with many symptoms including anxiety, depression, psychosis and eating difficulties. However sometimes young people come to Linn Dara because it is not known what the problem is.
The Unit is set up to be a supportive, structured and therapeutic environment.
Linn Dara is registered by the Mental Health Commission as an “Approved centre”
In simple terms this means that we can provide care and treatment in an inpatient unit that is approved and that meets nationally defined criteria.
Linn Dara is subject to annual inspection and regulations. Our annual inspection report is available to view at www.mhcirl.ie
Linn Dara is also part of a peer review accreditation forum known as QNIC.
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The Linn Dara team work together to help foster positive change and recovery. The multidisciplinary team are made up of the following disciplines.
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We do our very best to provide you with a quality service and we are always looking for ways to improve it. To assist us to continually advance our service we are interested in any suggestions you might have. We also like to hear what we are doing well.
If you would like to make a complaint, comment or compliment about our service there are several options. The HSE leaflet Your Service Your Say which you can find in our waiting area has a form you can complete in it, you can email: email@example.com or find more details on www.hse.ie.