In partnership with others

Angel Yard, Wiltshire (people with mental health needs)

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.

The project is managed by Together and funding for the project comes from a Supporting People Grant and the local authority's community care budget. Stonewater provides housing management and a full repairs service.

How to access the service

  • A referral is made to Homes@Kennet through a care Manager
  • Representatives from Homes@Kennet, Together and Stonewater meet suitable applicants and jointly make a decision
  • Homes at Kennet notifies applicants with the decision

Contact

For further information and details about this project, please call 01672 511916.

Ashford Close, Portsmouth (people with mental health needs)

Ashford Close is located in Portsmouth and caters for people with mental health needs.

The project is funded by the Supporting People Grant and Portsmouth Mental Health Services. Stonewater provides a housing management service and a full repairs service.

How to access the service

Applications should be made through a Care Coordinator, which are then forwarded to the Portsmouth Joint Shared Referral Group which is made up of all mental health providers in the city. The referrals are then put forward to the most appropriate mental health projects in Portsmouth.

The referrals are discussed and assessed by Stonewater and the Richmond Fellowship staff, and applicants are invited to visit the project. The Richmond Fellowship will write to the applicants with the decision. The final decision on applicants rests with Stonewater.

Help and support we provide
Accommodation for Ashford Close 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.

The project is managed by the Richmond Fellowship and is designed to help residents who have mental health needs to get the support they need to be independent individuals.

Contact

For more information and details about this project, please call 02392 678846.

Bartrum Close, Kempston (people with learning disabilities)

Bartrum Close provides accommodation for five people with learning disabilities. The service is operated by Leonard Cheshire who are registered with the Quality Care Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provides housing management and full repairs services.

The project is funded via the Supporting People Grant and the local authority Domiciliary Care Budget.

Help and support we provide

This service accommodates five people with learning disabilities within a combination of one- and two-bedroom bungalows. Bedfordshire's A & R Team provides outreach support to one of the bungalows.

Leonard Cheshire provides 24-hour care with sleep in support to the other three bungalows. Leonard Cheshire is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provides housing management and a full repairs service.

How to access the service

Referrals are made through the Care Manager. All applications will be considered by the Allocations Panel.

Contact

Tel: 01234 853826

Bartrum Court, Bedford (people with learning disabilities)

Bartrum Court provides accommodation for six people with learning difficulties. The service is operated by Affinity Trust who are registered with the Quality Care Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provides housing management and full repairs services.

Funding is through a combination of the Supporting People Grant and the local authority's domiciliary care budget.

Help and support we provide
Residents live in their own self-contained flats. Affinity Trust provide 24-hour support. Affinity Trust, which manages the scheme, is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provides housing management and a full repairs service.

How to access the service

Referrals are made through the Care Manager. All applications will be considered by the Allocations Panel.

Contact

Tel: 01234 855029

Chaldon Road, Poole (people with learning disabilities)

Chaldon Road is located in Poole and caters for people with learning disabilities, the service provides 24 hour support.

Mencap manages the project and is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Mencap provides general and housing related support whilst Stonewater provides housing management and a repairs service to the project.

Chaldon Road is funded through the Supporting People grant and the local authority community care budget. Some tenants may also receive direct payments to assist with living.

How to access the service

  • Mencap send out the application form
  • Mencap and Stonewater representatives meet to consider the applications
  • Stonewater will make the final decision on which applications are successful with regard to Mencap's views

Help and support we provide

Chaldon Road offers eight rooms for their tenants. Each of the tenants have their own room but share communal facilities such as the lounge, kitchen, bathrooms, conservatory and garden.

There are always two or three members of staff based at the project throughout the day reducing to one sleep-in person overnight. The staff are there to ensure that support is offered to each individual but there is also the opportunity of independence.

Managing Transitions, Bedford (people with learning disabilities)

Managing Transitions provides accommodation for 17 people with learning disabilities. Operated by Bedford Borough Council, the service is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provides housing management and full repairs services.

Funding is through a combination of the Supporting People Grant and also from the local authority domiciliary care budget.

Help and support we provide

The service can accommodate up to 17 people in a mixture of one- and two-bedroom flats. Support at the service is provided by Bedford Borough Council. Stonewater provides housing management and full service repairs.

How to access the service

Referrals are made through the Care Manager. All applications will be considered by the Allocations Panel.

Contact

Tel: 01234 408719
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
















 
 
 

 
 
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Meadow View, Salisbury (people with learning disabilities)

Meadow View is a house for six people with learning disabilities providing 24 hour support. The service is operated by Choice Care who are registered with the Quality Care Commission. Stonewater provides housing management and full repairs services.

The accommodation is funded via the local authority community care budget.

How to access the service 
Referrals are made through the Care Manager. Vacancies are rare at Meadow View Island and tenancies are usually for life.

Help and support we provide

Tenants have their own rooms and share communal facilities such as the lounge, kitchen, bathrooms, gardens and conservatory. Choice Care provide 24 support including waking nights. Meadow View is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provide a housing management service.

Contact

Tel: 01202 319119

Spiders Island, Salisbury (people with learning disabilities)

Spiders Island is a registered care home and provides accommodation for five people with profound learning and physical difficulties. The service is operated by SCOPE who are registered with the Quality Care Commission. Stonewater provides housing management and full repairs services.

The accommodation is funded by Social Services and SCOPE and is registered with the Care Quality Commission and the Primary Care Trust.

Help and support we provide

SCOPE manages the project and provides 24 hour support including waking nights. Stonewater provide a housing management and partial repairs service.

How to access the service

Referrals are made through the Care Manager. Vacancies are rare at Spiders Island and tenancies are usually for life.

Contact

Tel: 01202 710072

St Edmunds, Salisbury (people with learning disabilities)

St Edmunds provides accommodation for nine people with learning disabilities. The service is operated by Voyage Care are registered with the Quality Care Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provides housing management and full repairs services.

The project is funded by the Supporting People grant and also the local authority Community Care Budget.

Help and support we provide

St Edmunds consists of nine rooms with a 24 hour support service. Milbury Voyage provides the tenants with a combination of housing and general support. Milbury is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a domiciliary care provider. Stonewater provide a housing management service.

How to access the service

Referrals are made through the Care Manager. All applications will be considered by the Allocations Panel.

Contact

Tel: 01202 328910

Stonepit Close, Godalming (people with autism/Asperger's)

Stonepit Close is a project that provides specialist care and support for people with autism and/or Asperger’s.

The project is funded by a combination of local authority health and community care budgets. Stonewater provides a housing management service and has some repair responsibilities.

Help and support we provide

Stonepit Close is managed by the National Autistic Society. It is a registered care home and is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. The staff within the project help to offer day to day care to the residents and offer independence to the tenants within the property.

How to access the service

  • Any potential applicant must have a diagnosis of autism or Asperger’s
  • A referral must be made through a care Manager although private referrals will be accepted with guarantee of funding
  • Assessments are carried out by project staff
  • The National Autistic Society will inform applicants of the decision

Contact

For more detailed information about the project, please call 01483 861066.