Sheltered and supported housing

Sheltered and supported housing

Do you need a little more support and want to move from your home? Sheltered or supported housing might be for you. Sheltered housing is for older people and offers a safe and friendly place to live, with your own front door, and some extra help like an alarm service and sheltered housing officers. There are also extra care housing services. Like sheltered housing, this is for older people but for those who need more care and support.

Other types of supported housing are available for people with particular disabilities or needs, like people with mental health problems or learning disabilities. These services are sometimes called independent living services or supported living services. The aim of these services is to help people have a life and home of their own, and support them to live the life they want independently.

 

Housing and care homes

10 Records in Sheltered and supported housing filtered by Key words "house and garden".

  • Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC)

    3rd Floor, Camelford House, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP

    Telephone: 0800 377 7070 (FirstStop advice line)

    Description: The EAC is a national charity that aims to help older people make informed choices about their housing and care needs.

  • Extra Care Housing

    Customer Centre, Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 2PU

    Telephone: 020 8871 7707 (access team)

    Description: Extra care housing is similar to sheltered housing but is suitable for older people who need more care and support.

  • Frontier Support Services

    27-29 Brighton Road, Croydon, CR2 6EB

    Telephone: 020 8603 7230

    Description: Frontier Support Services provides home care and supported living services for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues, autistic spectrum disorders including Asperger’s, physical disabilities, and challenging behaviour.

  • Great Tenants

    Golden Lane Housing, West Point, 501 Chester Road, Manchester, M16 9HU

    Telephone: 0845 604 0046 (GLH) or 0808 808 1111 (Mencap Direct)

    Description: Great Tenants is a support service from the charity Mencap and Golden Lane Housing (GLH) that helps people with learning disabilities to find and secure housing that meets their needs.

  • Housing options for older and disabled people

    Description: The council's housing department provides information and advice about housing options for older and disabled people, including sheltered housing.

  • Metropolitan (and Metropolitan Support Trust)

    Head Office, The Grange, 100 High Street, Southgate, London, N14 6PW

    Telephone: 020 3535 3535 (Head office)

    Description: Metropolitan provides integrated housing services, care and support services and community regeneration.

  • Pocklington Court

    74 Alton Road, Roehampton, London, SW15 4NN

    Telephone: 020 8789 1893

    Description: Pocklington Court is a supported housing centre for people with sight loss, offering a combination of secure, self-contained accommodation and practical support from staff.

  • Sheltered Housing

    Housing Customer Centre, Housing and Community Services Department, 90 Putney Bridge Road , SW18 1HR

    Telephone: 020 8871 6812 (to apply for sheltered housing)

    Description: Sheltered housing is designed to help residents maintain an independent and active lifestyle in a secure and friendly retirement community with the added security of an alarm service and sheltered housing officer for help and support.

  • Stonewall Housing

    2A Leroy House, 436 Essex Road, London, N1 3QP

    Telephone: 020 7359 5767 (advice helpline), 020 7359 6242 (office)

    Description: Stonewall Housing provides supported housing, advice and advocacy for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in London.

  • Thomas Pocklington Trust

    Pier House, 90 Strand on the Green, London, W4 3NN

    Telephone: 020 8995 0880

    Description: Thomas Pocklington Trust is a registered charity that provides housing, care and support for people with sight loss in the UK.