Glasgow Adolescent Inpatient Unit

Skye House opened in February 2009 and is purpose built facility on the Stobhill Hospital site that provides a range of dedicated services for young people aged 12 - 17 years, from across the West of Scotland, who have serious mental health problems. It provides inpatient treatment for young people who are experiencing thoughts and feelings which make it difficult to cope with everyday life. Skye House is a 24-bedded unit. In addition to all the bedrooms at Skye House being en-suite, it also has a purpose-built gym, fully equipped classrooms, landscaped gardens and overnight accommodation for visiting families.

Referral Criteria & Process

Request a referral to Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS). Full assessment and treatment is carried out in your local child and adolescent mental health team. Mental health services for young people are planned on a regional basis by the West of Scotland NHS Boards (NHS Ayrshire and Arran, NHS Dumfries and Galloway, NHS Forth Valley, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and NHS Lanarkshire). Skye House is funded by all of these NHS Boards to deliver a service for patients from each area.


There are a range of staff who work at Skye House including doctors, nurses, psychologists, occupational therapists, dietitians, family therapists, social worker, teachers, and speech & language therapists. All young people will have a doctor and a named nurse. Our staff are trained to deliver the following therapies/support: • Psychiatric assessment and medical monitoring • Individual therapy • Nutritional support • Family Therapy • Occupational Therapy • Art Therapy • Mealtime support • Group therapy • Schooling

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Last Updated: 10/04/2018

Skye House
Stobhill Hospital
G21 3UT

Age Groups: (0-15) (16-18)

12 - 17 years old

Fees: No
Types of Support:
Types of Service:
National Health Service
Types of Treatment:
Family Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Other Psychotherapy