CNWL Health and Justice Services provides:
- physical healthcare
- primary mental health
- mental health and substance misuse healthcare
- specialist community forensic services to those in the community who have offended and maybe at risk of offending
- assessment, liaison and diversion to the courts, police stations and prison and probation teams
Our staff also help to identify vulnerable people early on to help improve health and criminal justice outcomes.
We have a wide-ranging professional group of healthcare practitioners including allied health and scientific professionals, and offer placements for students at affiliated universities.
Our workforce is driven by our motto “caring not judging”, which is evidenced by the passion our staff show in caring for such a challenging and vulnerable population. Our services have been recognised for the quality of the care provided by the Care Quality Commission, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons and the Independent Monitoring Board.
Join our Health and Justice Team
"Whatever part of the service you work in you will work in a unique and diverse environment, delivering many of the nurse-led services that are provided in the wider community, with a unique opportunity to support someone throughout their time in our care and make a significant difference to the lives of people who have typically experienced health inequalities.
Our motto is ‘Caring not Judging’ and when working in H&J you will need to deliver compassionate care to patients from diverse cultural backgrounds who are vulnerable and have complex health needs.
Your role will be varied and one that allows you to develop your knowledge and skills".
Patrick Gillespie, Service Director Health and Justice Services
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