Providing cost-effective, economical residential living and support services to people aged 16 to 65.
We provide Supported Living
    • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, certified nursing assistants are available to provide services like ongoing health monitoring and nursing evaluations.
    • Some examples of daily living support include bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, grooming, and transportation to and from activities and meals.
    • Setup, assistance, and reminders for medications
    • Three restaurant-style meals and snacks are provided each day.
    • Supplemental nutrition and therapeutic diets
    • Participation in social and recreational events and activities
    • On-site beauty and barber services are offered.
    • Housekeeping and laundry services
    • Maintenance of the house
    • Exercise and health promotion programmes
    • Offering residents aged 16 to 65 affordable, cost-effective residential housing and support services.
Support Types
We will give you support and a care plan that outlines the kind of assistance you need in many areas of your life as part of our assisted living programme. maintaining your home and managing your finances alone. Developing your life and housekeeping abilities. We will help you establish and uphold personal connections as well as find employment, training, or volunteer opportunities. We’ll see to it that you stay in touch with your loved ones. Your allotted room will be carefully examined to determine whether it meets the needs of the occupants. It will be simple to get to our residence, safe, and risk-free.
Supported housing, supported housing with care, respite care, and nursing homes are just a few of our many flexible and varied disability support options. To help someone reach a goal, support may range from a few hours per week to full-time or considerable support over a short period of time.
For people over the age of 18 who have mild, moderate, or severe impairments, we provide specialised help and care, including:
    • Autism
    • Sensory deficits
    • Physical limitations
    • Traumatic brain injuries
    • Related mental health prerequisites
    • Problems with behaviour
We are aware that overcoming mental health challenges requires finding the right accommodations and the right help. Among our mental health support services are supported housing, supported housing with care, respite care, nursing or residential facilities, community support, and floating help.
According on demand, the amount of help we provide might vary from a few hours per week to full-time aid or intensive help over a short period of time to help achieve a goal. We also encourage as much peer support as we can because people are more likely to change and advance when they are travelling in similar directions.
Everyone may relate to mental health, and we aid with it in all our initiatives. People who have been diagnosed with a mental health illness receive assistance from specialist mental health services, which might include:
    • Anxiety and panic disorders
    • Bipolar disorder
    • Depression
    • Personality defects
On their path to independence and recovery, the people we serve gain self-confidence and improved emotional wellness thanks to self-improvement and staff collaboration.
We help those who have been homeless or are at danger of becoming homeless, as well as those who might need help quitting a drug addiction. We do this in a number of different ways, including:
    • Housing with assistance
    • Outreach for prevention
    • Assistance with Resettlement
    • Floating assistance services
In order to help young people aged 16 to 25 realise their goals, whether they be going back to school, obtaining fulfilling employment, or making new friends, we work with them to concentrate on their abilities and build supportive social networks.
We specialised in assisting young people who are homeless, particularly those who are:
    • Care leavers and looked after children (over the age of 16)
    • Addiction Recovery
    • Parents in their twenties
    • Having a family or relationship breakdown
Among our programmes for young people are three Foyers and supported housing services, which offer a safe place for young people to live, learn, and make the transition to independent life.
To help people obtain and maintain their own independent accommodation, we also offer move-on services. We also offer community outreach programmes or detached support, in which we give one-on-one or group assistance to young people in the community who do not live in our facilities.
Anyone could be impacted by domestic abuse. No matter a person’s gender or sexual orientation, domestic violence is defined as any instance or pattern of coercive, threatening, violent, or abusive behaviour involving intimate partners or family members.
We offer advice, direction, and protection in addition to other domestic violence support programmes. We will help, support, and protect you if you have experienced any of the following types of abuse. We will help you by providing fundamental counselling services.
    • Domestic abuse or violence.
    • Sexual exploitation.
    • Abuse of the mind or emotions.
    • Financial or material exploitation.
    • Abuse on a physical level.
We respect individuals from all cultures and religions. People can live in safety and without fear or danger thanks to our services.