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Residents in supported housing have their own tenancy agreements and rent their own home, while receiving support to build the confidence and skills needed to live independently. Individuals are responsible for their own bills and cost of living, which is usually paid for by the benefits they receive and can be topped up by earnings from any employment. Typically, people are ready to live independently or move on to alternative supported housing from between six months to two years.
Some of our supported housing services provide support with housing management only.  This means residents receive only a few hours of support a week (depending on need) to maintain their tenancy. Support may include how to manage antisocial behaviour or budgeting and managing rent and bills.



We offer a range of housing with support, designed to meet people’s individual needs and naturally encourage independence.

Our services provide care and support in communal settings: from shared houses, to larger purpose-built apartment buildings where people have their own flats with access to communal facilities.

Our properties are all located in residential areas, close to local amenities, leisure facilities and employment opportunities. Whatever the set-up, we provide a safe and homely environment, where personalised support is delivered to help people live as independently as possible. 

Through elements of communal living, residents make new friendships, develop social skills and can get involved in group sessions such as cooking, gardening and film nights. 

We provide the following supported housing options:

  • Supported housing

  • Supported housing with care



Supported housing with care
These services are similar to supported housing services but the support we deliver is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) so we can provide personal care. These services are for people with low, medium or higher level support needs, who have their own tenancy.  People receiving residential care may develop their skills and find supported housing more beneficial to promote their independence

Accommodation: Amenities
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