Abingdon foyer provides a safe environment where staff provide housing and personal support as well as access to training and education opportunities to young people.
This project provides a for people with low level mental health needs which is flexible to suit individual residents' needs. The residents are expected to stay no longer than two years during which time they progress towards greater independence.The accommodation consists of three, one bedroom self-contained flats within a purpose built block.
This project is for people with mental health needs and is spread over two houses, one of which provides 24/7 support for four people. The other provides 15 hours support per week for two people.
Chaldon Road is a house for 8 people with learning disabilities providing 24 hour support. There are two or three members of staff based at the project throughout the day reducing to one sleep-in person overnight. Tenants have their own room but share communal facilities such as the lounge, kitchen, bathrooms, conservatory and garden.
Exeter Foyer is set in the heart of Exeter offering an integrated solution to housing, personal development and training needs for young people.
Accommodation is provided in six flats which are located within an undercover mall that also includes a 24 hour hostel. The accommodation is staffed 24 hours a day. Stonewater residents receive 'good neighbour' support. Five of the flats are let on a long term basis and one of the flats is a 'rehabilitation flat' and is let on a short term basis.
Meadow View is a house for six people with learning disabilities providing 24 hour support, which includes waking nights. Tenants have their own rooms and share communal facilities such as the lounge, kitchen, bathrooms, gardens and conservatory. The property also has a through floor lift so can accommodate people with additional mobility issues.
'Move On' projects; Milton Road and Ellis House provide safe accommodation for a total of 14 young people aged 18-25.
Radnor Lodge is an eight bed hostel for young homeless males aged between 16-18 in need of support.
Robert Whyte House is our Sheltered + scheme for the over 55s. Based in Bickley, the scheme is just two miles from Bromley town centre. There is a bus stop outside the scheme with links to Pettswood, Orpingdon and Bromley. The project is for elderly people who want to retain their independence but have the opportunity to call for assistance if required.
South Hampshire Women’s Refuge, funded by the Longleigh Foundation, aims to provide safe and secure accommodation to women and children fleeing any form of domestic abuse.
This is a registered care home for five people with physical and profound learning disabilities. 24 hour support is provided. SCOPE provides the waking night support.
The accommodation at St Edmunds consists of nine rooms with a 24 hour support service.
This project provides specialist care and support for people with autism and/or asperges syndrome.
Swindon Foyer is a 57 bed hostel which provides safe accommodation to homeless young people aged 16-25.
The Quay Foyer opened in October 1999 and is based in Poole, Dorset. It provides accommodation, personal support and access to training and employment opportunities for young people aged 16-25.
Willow View is set in the beautiful grounds of Hamworthy, Poole. Accommodation is provided in 21 purpose built flats for the physically disabled, people with low level learning difficulties and low level mental health issues. The accommodation has lift access and is staffed Monday to Friday with resident access to Careline out of hours.