Personality Disorder Service - The Brenchley Unit
The West Kent Personality Disorder Service has at its core The Brenchley Unit. The Unit was established in 1999 and it is a fully accredited member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Therapeutic Consortium of Therapeutic Communities.
The Unit offers a range of services for patients diagnosed with a severe or borderline personality disorder, together with support, advice and training for professionals working within our Trust.
The Unit is based at Oakapple Lane, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 9NW. Further information about the service can be found on the The Brenchley Unit page and includes details about:
- The Outreach Service
- Information for service users and professionals
- Admissions procedure
Personality Disorders Pathway Service Improvements
KMPT has been looking at the services that it provides for people with a diagnosis of personality disorder.
On 5 May 2016 we began a review of the services and pathway that we currently provide for people with a personality disorder. Visit the Personality Disorders Pathway Service Improvements page to find out more.
22 Oakapple Lane