A place to stay for those who need it

Supported housing and homeless services 

Whether it’s providing homes for those with additional care or support needs or those currently homeless or at risk of homelessness, providing a welcoming, safe and secure place to live is at the heart of the services we offer.

We’ve developed a successful model based on a multi-agency approach to deliver a number of professional services. Working with local authority partners and specialist providers is key to meeting the individual needs of those who we support.

We provide a variety of accommodation for people who need specialist support.  This includes people with mental health needs, learning disabilities, young people, people fleeing domestic abuse or older people in need of extra care.  The support ranges from 24-hour support to occasional support, and everything in between. 

Our aim is to provide a high standard of housing to allow every resident to achieve the care and support they need.  This may be in shared houses with other residents with similar needs, cluster accommodation or self-contained dispersed flats. We work with our partners to assess the needs of prospective residents and delivery a tailored person-centred service.

As a member of Homes for Cathy Opens in new window and Homeless Link Opens in new window we’re committed to working together to end homelessness.

Psychologically informed approach

We adopt a psychologically informed approach, and this means we simply follow four key principles

Four key principles