We work in close partnership with Local authorities and agencies across the country that provide support and care to residents living in our Supported Housing schemes.
Supported housing services include:
The purpose of these schemes is to help people live as independently as possible within the community. The care providers in these supported housing homes specialise in supporting a wide range of people, including those who are homeless, people living with mental illness, people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities or people recovering from substance misuse, and young care leavers.
A number of our homes have been specially adapted with walk-in showers, grab rails, hoisting equipment, wide doorways, lowered kitchen worktops, stair lifts, water temperature control valves, ramped entrances and improved security such as CCTV and intercom systems - to help residents that require this support.
To apply to live in one of these homes, you can contact your local authority. The local authority usually refers the resident to the care provider who will carry out a support needs assessment. Once this has been completed a referral is then made to us.
Local authorities we operate in include: