DSC_9149 (3)-Great HallPeople are often amazed on their visit to our main Northampton main site – which spreads across over 135 acres of green space.

There are over 15 different wards, buildings and facilities on the site. Our original building was completed here in 1838 and is still in use today – it is one of a number of listed historic buildings on the site.

The latest building to open will be FitzRoy House in Autumn 2016 – which will be the largest specialist secure unit for adolescents in the world.

The parkland is very popular with employees and patients alike – it’s great to get into the open and enjoy the fresh air and some tranquillity.

There are also great facilities on site including a library and gym (there’s even a croquet lawn).

Our specialist services in Northampton include trauma, personality disorder, psychosis, autism, learning disability, brain injury and dementia.


St Andrew’s Northampton

Cliftonville Road




St Andrew’s Northampton is located just east of Northampton town centre.

It’s easily reached by car from the M1. There’s free parking on site.

Regular bus services run along the Billing Road and Cliftonville.

Northampton train station is roughly two miles from us.


Mansfield, Nottinghamshire

clare houseOur site in Mansfield is home to specialist secure services for patients diagnosed with learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders.


St Andrew’s Nottinghamshire

Sherwood Avenue

Sherwood Oaks Business Park

Mansfield, NG18 4GW


We’re not far junction 28 of the M1.

The train station is around two miles away. There’s also a regular bus service that runs along the Southwell Road (A617).



In Birmingham, we provide a medium and low secure services for men and women with mental illness and autistic spectrum disorders. Our specialist service for women opened here in 2011.


Our site is around 4 miles South West of the city centre

St Andrew’s Birmingham

70 Dogpool Lane

Stirchley, Birmingham

West Midlands, B30 2XR


The site is easily accessible by car including the M5, M6 and M42 motorways if travelling from further afield. There is free car parking.

Selly Oak and Bournville stations are both a 10 minute walk from the unit.

There are also buses running to us along Pershore Road.



Our facility in North Benfleet, Essex includes 35 low secure beds for males, and 22 low secure beds for females. There is also a transition unit to help people take the next steps towards re-integrating into the community.


St Andrew’s Essex

Pound Lane

North Benfleet

Essex, SS12 9JP


The site is accessed from junction 29 of the M25, and then the east to west lane of the A127. Free car parking is available on site.

The closest stations are Pitsea or Basildon on the Fenchurch Street line or Wickford on the Liverpool Street line

The Route 21 is the bus route to the site. It’s operated by NIBS Buses.