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Skye House provides inpatient treatment for young people with conditions like severe depression, eating disorders, psychosis and obsessive-compulsive disorders.

In addition to all the bedrooms at Skye House being en-suite, there is a purpose-built gym, fully equipped classrooms, landscaped gardens and overnight accommodation for visiting families.

Skye House has been specially designed and purpose-built to meet young people’s needs and leading to substantial improvements in their care and treatment. The planning of the unit also benefited from the fact that the young people themselves contributed significantly to the planning process.

While young people are in Skye House, they will go to school, therapy groups, family sessions and individual sessions. Young people will also have time to do things that they want to do.

Every week, young people will get a timetable for the next week. Although each young person’s timetable is different, there are some routines/groups which all young people should follow.

Mull, Harris and Lewis wings are where people admitted to Skye House have their individual en suite room. There are also two dining areas where meals and snacks are taken. There is a television room in each wing.

Getting Here


To maintain the safety of patients, visitors and staff, visiting still needs to be carefully managed. You can find current information and guidance on the Patients, Hospital Appointments and Visiting page or contact the ward or unit directly to discuss visiting arrangements.

Further Information

Wards & Visiting

Lewis, Harris and Mull Wings (wards): 0141 232 6420


Adolescent Mental Health Service: 0141 232 6420 or 0141 232 6425

Quit Your Way: 0141 211 6564

School – Hospital Education Service: 0141 201 0014

The teachers assess and teach the young people, aiming to facilitate a return to as near normal a life at school as is possible on discharge. This is done through maintaining the mainstream school’s work or providing a curriculum appropriate to their age and ability at that time, engaging in a multi-disciplinary therapeutic programme, and providing courses to assist the social and emotional development of the young people.