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Supported living

Mental health service models

Home Group provides something different that enables people with mental health difficulties to live in the community, make a home and achieve a quality of life. 

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  • Our services
  • Independent supported living
  • Step down services
  • Crisis services
  • Trauma informed services
  • Outreach and community services
  • Social prescribing

Our crisis services are designed to provide a short-term placement for people who have reached a level of crisis and distress that cannot be resolved in their home. People using our services need a safe place to regroup and re-stabilise with a knowledgeable and skilled team around them.

Natalie House, Southampton case study

Natalie House is a residential care home in Southampton offering 24 hour support. It contains ten spacious furnished single rooms. It provides person-centred support to customers for a year before customers move to more independent living.

Edendale House, Blyth case study

Edendale House is a ten unit service in Blyth, Northumberland. It provides a therapeutic environment to support recovery, working closely with partners to ensure a multi-agency approach to address multiple and complex support needs.

Gateshead young people, case study

Gateshead young people’s service provides 21 units of accommodation with 24/7 support for 16-25 year olds with mental health and complex needs. The service offers self-contained and shared accommodation and operates over two main sites. It also provides dispersed properties for move on accommodation.

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