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

4 Records in Sheltered and supported housing filtered by Location "SW17".

  • Certitude (Southside Partnership)

    31-33 Lumiere Court, 209 Balham High Road, London, SW17 7BQ

    Telephone: 020 8772 6222

    Description: Certitude is a charity which supports people with learning disabilities and mental health needs to lead more independent lives.

  • Act Too

    26 Totterdown St, Tooting London, SW17 8TA

    Telephone: 020 8944 0023

    Description: Live Too provides a variety of services for people with learning disabilities, including training opportunities, independent living support, housing, outreach services and drama, dance and DJ workshops.

  • Trinity Road

    Trinity Road, London, SW17 7SD

    Telephone: 020 8767 9650

    Description: Trinity Road is a supported housing service provided by the charity New Servol for people with mental health problems.

  • Turning Point- Prospects Services

    1065 Garratt Lane Tooting London, SW17 0LN

    Telephone: 0208 767 0233

    Description: Turning Point - Prospects Services provides an accessible and tailored supported living service to enable people with substance misuse problems to move towards an independent future.