Supported housing can help if you struggle living alone but do not need full-time residential care. This lets you live in a small area of housing which is managed by care staff that will be around to help you if you need it.
You may be able to live in supported housing if you are:
- homeless or at risk of homelessness
- fleeing domestic abuse
- a vulnerable young person
- an ex-offender
Supported housing is made up of suitable or adapted accommodation, with personal care to meet your independent needs.
For more information or for an application for supported housing please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org