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Supported Housing For People With Special Needs

The Association provides  housing to a range of people with a variety of special needs within our  supported housing projects and older person services.

The Association also works in partnership with other national and local care providers by providing  housing and supportive landlord functions to enable specialist projects to  operate. In such cases the Association enters into a management agreement with  the appointed care or support provider.

People who use our services are allocated places following an assessment  from a social worker to identify care and support needs, and confirmation that  the person has a recorded housing need.

Service users living in  supported housing will have the usual rights of being a tenant or licensee, as well as the  added advantage of living in an environment which is designed to provide levels  of staff support reflective of the persons identified needs.
Examples of the homes we provide are:

Edgehill Road - Shared  house for people with learning disabilities.

Curlew Way- Shared house for people with learning disabilities .

Old Chester Road- Shared  house for people with learning disabilites.

Lighthouse Road- Shared house for people with learning disabilites.

Mobberley Court 11 shared ownership flats and 1 rented bungalow for people with learning and physical disabilites.

Cardigan Road - 5 adapted family bungalows.

Epworth Close 5 adapted family bungalows.

New Chester Road - Shared  houses for people with learning and physical disabilities.

Georgia Lodge - Womens refuge.