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PureCare is based in Kent and Medway and was set up in 2006 in response to the growing need to provide excellent resources to care managers who have clients with mental health needs.
24 hour supported residential environments where the focus is firmly on rehabilitation through the teaching and reinforcement of life skills
Mulberry House is a low level support unit where we can assist people who are likely to progress into their own accommodation.
One of the many challenges of the modern world is to help people with mental health problems. That’s what PureCare is here to do.
One of the many challenges of the modern world is to help people with mental health problems. That’s what PureCare is here to do. Based in Kent and Medway, PureCare has been registered with the Care Quality Commission since 2006 and has consistently performed well in CQC inspections.
PureCare, a forward-thinking organisation, aspires to offer its clients a high quality service, with real opportunities and choices, to enable people to develop confidence, independence and a sense of self-worth. First and foremost, we acknowledge that we work with individuals and work to create a service which takes into account people’s needs and preferences.
During my time at PureCare the staff supported me through good times and bad. I was quite ‘lost’ when I first left hospital and the staff helped me work through my difficulties at that time. I moved from Rock House on to Mulberry House after two years and again the staff gave me the appropriate amount of support that I needed at that time. I am now in the community living independently and I’m so happy.