Accessing our support services
We’re committed to providing quality care and support services that make a real difference to our customers.
Mental health support
We provide support that helps customers recovering from mental health difficulties to live in the community, make a home and achieve their aspirations.
Supporting customers with learning disabilities
We deliver support to customers with learning disabilities and/or autism to help them make a home and achieve their aspirations.
Our community wellbeing schemes help customers over the age of 55 become more independent by giving them a place to call home and 24 hour support if needed.
We offer local drop in sessions throughout out services to help customers with physical and mental health issues. Drop in services are currently only available in England.
How we help
We offer different levels of support across health, social care and housing services to thousands of customers every year.
Our support is provided by experienced and friendly colleagues who work to improve your health and wellbeing however they can.
We put customers at the heart of our support services and will focus on supporting you to live independently and achieve your goals.
How to access our services
How you access our services will depend on the type of support you’re looking for and where you live. In some cases we may need your local authority to refer you to us. Or you may be referred by someone who is providing you with care (like your doctor).