Pwll Glas Community Mental Health Team in Mold
Community Mental Health Teams (C.M.H.T.s) are run jointly by Flintshire County Council Social Services and the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. The Pwll Glas Community Mental Health team are located in the Pwll Glas Resource Centre in Mold.
My mother has received services from Dr. Malik and the team for several years, she suffers with enduring mental illness. My father and I have both found the quality of care to be excellent. The care provided is holistic and thorough and considers how every aspect of daily living is compounded upon by her illness.
We have found that the multi agency team work together and when I have raised concerns regarding my mother's mental health, they have responded promptly and efficiently. The Medical Secretary for Dr. Malik is always extremely helpful and knowledgeable. We cannot praise the team enough.
We have devoted 6 years to helping and looking after our daughter in law who has suffered Mental Health Problems. We have had to relocate our Grandchildren to live with us because she cannot look after them. This has caused untold problems with the Granchildrens Mental Health. Dr JONES is the doctor who has been in charge of helping our Daughter in law. What a waste of space he is. We finally after 6 years of near Hell managed to get her into Heddfan Unit at Wrexham Maelor Hospital so the Mental Health Team could help her under clinical conditions, only for them to release her back home after 4 days. The Hell now continues on our family because they do not care.
Pile of rubbish, got referred to them in 2017 by my GP for a psychiatric assessment, wish I never stood foot into there doors, been involved in there services for nearly 5 years and not had a good experience waste of time. Seen a psychiatrist and been placed a psychiatric diagnosis on me that I probably haven’t even got, and been forced on medications through the mental health act 1983 as I was sectioned and put in Heddfan psychiatric unit wrexham. My advice to anyone who wants a good quality of life… don’t be a prisoner to the mental health services. Review by Joel Williams.