Tameside 24hr Supported Housing
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Our aim is to help individuals on their recovery journey so they’re able to move on to more independent living within the community. We run three 24hr supported housing schemes in the Tameside area:
Manchester Road – This scheme is available to men and women and is made up of 12 individual rooms in the main building with shared communal facilities including living room, dining room, kitchen and bathrooms. We also have four self contained flats on site. The landlord for the properties is Regenda while Richmond Fellowship is the managing agent.
Maple House – This scheme is available to men and women and is made up of 13 self contained flats. There is also a communal lounge, kitchen and dining area. Creative Support is the landlord for the property.
Boston Bank House – This scheme is for women only and is made up of five self contained flats. There is also a communal lounge, kitchen and conservatory area. Creative Support is the landlord for the property.
How we help
Our 24hr supported housing schemes offer:
- Individually tailored support to help individuals develop their independent living skills, self-management strategies and coping skills
- Round the clock support from our highly skilled teams, all trained in recovery based interventions
- Close liaison with acute and community mental health professionals to ensure you receive appropriate clinical support where needed
- Clear recovery pathways to promote social inclusion and your move on to more independent living
- Placements for up to 24 months.
Our focus is on actively supporting individuals through their rehabilitation, recovery and move on to more independent living.
We help individuals to:
- engage in purposeful activity
- develop and improve their life skills
- take positive risks that are personally meaningful and reflect lifestyles, skills and aspirations
- make links with the local community
- move on to more independent living.
We’ve a flexible and innovative approach that means we can tailor and adapt our support to any changes in someone’s needs.
Who we can help
Our scheme is available for adults over the age of 18 with long term mental health needs. We welcome referrals from community mental health teams. Contact us for a referral pack.
At the heart of everything we do lies:
- Hope: the belief that recovery is possible for every individual
- Respect: valuing differences and all contributions
- Enabling: giving people encouragement and support to achieve their goals
- Inclusion: the belief that everyone has a right to participate fully in society.