We are continuing to strengthen links with the community at Malsis Hall.
The facility, which proves care, recovery and rehabilitation for people with mental health conditions, prides itself on playing an active part in the wider community.
Forging relationships with businesses, community groups, individuals and families in the surrounding area includes making its meeting rooms available to the public and businesses including Skipton Building Society and local healthcare professionals.
Malsis Hall has even enabled a children’s party to be held in an unusual, but beautiful setting – in its chapel.
This stunning and different location to hold an event is famed for its windows created by the eminent stained-glass artist John Piper.
Lisa Gardner, Malsis Hall service director and registered manager, said: “Allowing the public to use our rooms is a great way of forging a relationship with the wider community – we have even hosted a children’s party in our chapel.
“We believe it is important for our service users and staff that Malsis Hall plays a role in the community as it helps break down a lot of unfounded stigma surrounding mental health.”
Malsis Hall provides support to enable its service users to live as independently as possible with individual-centered care plans allowing them to reach their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.