Countisbury House

Countisbury House Countisbury House | Tŷ Countisbury
Minehead Road 
Tel: 02920 535550


Countisbury House (Tŷ Countisbury) is a residential mental health service in Llanrumney, Cardiff. We provide recovery-orientated rehabilitation within a person-centred framework. Support is available for up to 16 men with serious and enduring mental illness. 

The team at Countisbury House work to a relational security model of care and support that provides effective therapeutic boundaries. They provide clearly identified outcomes, thereby working towards recovery and facilitating independence.


Who is the service for? 

We work specifically with men with a diagnosed and enduring mental illness. They may also be experiencing other co-occurring symptoms such as substance misuse, personality disorder or other health issues.


People-directed support

Men chatting - posed by models

It is important to put individuals at the heart of their own care and support planning, ensuring a meaningful recovery process. We work closely with all individuals residing, or planning to reside at Countisbury House. Using person-centred approaches, we work towards independence and recovery.

The service uses a combination of the Recovery Philosophy and a Relational Security framework to inform boundaried therapeutic processes. Our aim is to ensure support for individuals to maximise their independence and identify appropriate move-on accommodation. This is an inclusive process with the individual being at the heart of their own care planning with clinical, care-managed support.


Recovery and wellbeing

Countisbury House provides individual studio accommodation for 16 men. The facility offers attractive and well thought out communal space to support and enable recovery.

The building incorporates the very latest technology. Levels of security can be adapted in each self-contained bedsit and throughout the building using a bespoke electronic key fob system.

Residents can also be given different levels of access to technology and services such as water and electricity in each studio flat based on their level of risk and need. 

The building is carefully designed to mitigate the risk of self-harm, allowing staff to have good observation whilst ensuring service users still have privacy. Comfortable modern design combined with intelligent technology creates a relaxing and safe environment to support recovery.


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