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Our Services:


Positive regard and practical support

At Dovecote in Beeston, we provide a high level of care and the personal space for our clients to recover. Our services are available to adults of between 18-65 years.
Conveniently located, our innovative, independent mental health facility is just a short journey from Nottingham City Centre by tram, bus or car, and our proximity to the M1 means that Chesterfield, Derby, Lincoln and Leicestershire are all within easy access by car or public transport.   

Rehabilitation and Recovery accommodation

Airy and spacious, Dovecote has been purpose designed as a safe and secure environment to promote positive behaviours and foster a calm, encouraging recovery and rehabilitation for clients with very
specific needs, particularly:
  • Mental illness
  • Personality Disorder
  • Mild Learning Difficulties
The aim of the dedicated team and effective recovery model at Dovecote House is community reintegration and an onward pathway for our clients.

A suitable environment for vulnerable people  

The remodelled building, completed in 2018, offers a high standard of accommodation set in attractive private gardens, with a contemporary style and homely atmosphere. Designed to create a real sense of community, accommodation includes:
  • Large and comfortably furnished single bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
  • A specially equipped ground floor bedroom with a large wet-room for those with limited mobility
  • An extensive communal area, incorporating a dining room with direct access to a large purpose-built kitchen on the ground floor
  • A small, comfortable lounge and dining room within the occupational therapy area, with an ADL (Activities of Daily Living) kitchen
  • Another quiet lounge on the first floor
Individual sofas and chairs have been thoughtfully placed throughout the house for clients to enjoy quiet space, rather than either staying in their room or joining others in the communal areas.

What are people saying
I have had the opportunity to work alongside Chilwell house rehabilitation unit in my role as lead nurse within the Early Intervention team.

The team supported a careplan to allow for one of my clients to discharge from hospital after a lengthy admission. Over time they made efforts to not only support the transfer but also to set and review moving on goals. This enabled my client to shift from being somewhat inactive and lacking any plan or structure to his day to having positive thoughts about moving on with his life.
I have 20 years’ experience in mental health and currently have 3 people on placement with Aspire.

I have worked with Aspire for over 2 years and have found their service to be of the highest quality and the people who are resident with them  have excellent care plans and are well looked after.