Supported accommodation

Provides tailored quality supported accommodation and resettlement services.

What we do

Our supported accommodation provides safe and secure homes for a variety of client groups. Support is provided through a variety of activities such as:

  • Help with budget management and improving financial wellbeing
  • Assistance finding employment, education and training opportunities
  • Support to access services to fulfil cultural, leisure, sport or religious interests
  • Support to address physical and mental health problems.

Who is the service aimed at

Our years of experience and quality of service enables us to offer you the benefits of working with a reliable and trusted provider. We can work as your lead provider or as part of a consortium to deliver supported accommodation to a range of client groups, including but not limited to:
  • Older people living in sheltered accommodation
  • Vulnerable parents, including teenagers
  • Those escaping domestic abuse
  • Vulnerable parents, including teenagers
  • Young people at risk
  • People with learning disabilities
  • People with mental health issues

Watch our short video stories

Watch our case study video's to see how our supported accommodation for younger people has helped Brett or Lily in our supported accommodation for older people.

Brett - supported accommodation Lily - supported accommodation older people

Key features

✔ Provide a safe and secure home for the people we support
✔ Utilise our breadth of expertise to find tailored solutions
✔ Address the whole person – from education to physical wellbeing
✔ Well trained, professional staff
✔ Actively seek to involve those who use our services in its day to day running and continuous improvement

Our approach

We believe in person centred planning – one size does not fit all – and we work closely with the people we support to develop a care plan that reflects this. We always seek their views and our support is led by the goals and outcomes they want to achieve.

We also actively encourage service user involvement not only in the day to day running of their service but also its ongoing development. We do this via a series of formal and informal forums, enabling the people using our services to shape policy and strategic direction.

Our staff make us who we are

With Investors in People accreditation and a drive to develop each and every member of our staff, we ensure access to a variety of training and development opportunities. Our staff undergo mandatory training programmes and for some services will receive specialist training, such as working with local police to gain a better understanding of those fleeing domestic abuse. Friendly, empathetic and dedicated, our staff make our services the success they are.

Regional teams

We have three core regional teams, located in dedicated offices in Cambridge, London and Essex. Each team has its own operational managers, care coordinators, support coordinators and home care workers, allowing us to offer you the very best in value for money and flexibility.  

Fully accredited

We are fully Care Quality Commission registered and compliant with Essential Standards of Quality and Safety. We are also accredited by the Centre for Housing and Support.