We believe everyone has the right to a safe and comfortable home that they can call their own.
Support varies within our houses: some properties are staffed 24/7, 7 days a week, while others encourage independent living in self-enclosed flats. Our staff support with person-centred planning and individual goals. Our brilliant support workers also assist with everyday tasks such as shopping and managing finances. We connect our residents with our partners who provide additional vocational and leisure-based support to help achieve resident's goals.
Adult Services Map
Click here for a detailed map of all our adult services across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and the South West.
The main aims of Supported Accommodation
Assist people with complex needs to have a smooth discharge from hospital into the community.
We offer a combination of accommodation and support to help individuals find suitable long-term housing options.
Support people with their recovery whatever their journey is.
Spot Purchase Placement
Our 24-hour supported living accommodation is designed for people suffering from Serious Mental Illness (SMI) with complex needs. The goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for residents to live independently, while also receiving the necessary care and support.
Housing with 9 – 5 staff on site and medication assistance
These are projects where staff can be available to help people with managing their medication. For example, our staff might prompt individuals to order medication from the pharmacy. These services are a mix of shared housing and one bed apartments, all based in and around Oxford city.
24 hour cover
These services offer around the clock support from experienced teams of support workers. They are designed to be for people taking their first steps out of intensive services, and strike a balance between offering higher levels of on-site recovery programming and daily living skills development, whilst also being in a community setting and non-clinical setting. Support with meal preparation and medication are key features of these services, giving the residents peace of mind that they can start to build a stable foundation for recovery into the future.
Community Housing with Visiting Support 9-5
This accommodation is not staffed, and residents are responsible for managing their own daily activities and needs. However, Support workers will visit our dispersed houses regularly to assess the residents' well-being and provide recovery focussed support and assistance as needed. The goal of this program is to promote self-sufficiency and independence while providing support and monitoring to ensure the safety and well-being of the residents
Specialist recovery provision for women
This service provides Housing and Employment for women to reduce health inequalities, increase resilience and improve life chances. This service focuses on community living. A sense of community is vital for our mental health and combatting loneliness.
Community Housing with support on site 9-5
The accommodation is staffed from 9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday, during which the residents receive the necessary care and support. However, residents are expected to be more independent and manage their own needs outside of staffed hours, specifically during weekends and evenings.
CQC Registered Care Home
A Residential Care home registered by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to provide care for Adults diagnosed with serious mental illness and complex health needs.
The Littlemore Campus
Our intensive 24-hour supported accommodation is designed for individuals with severe mental health issues and complex needs. The goal is to provide a safe and highly supportive environment for residents to live independently, while also receiving the necessary care and support around the clock.
How to apply for housing
If you’d like to apply for Supported Housing, the first step of the process is to complete the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership Referral Form, which you can download here. Once you have completed this form, you may send it or copies of it, to [email protected] , including the supporting paperwork as listed on the referral form.
If you’ve got any questions or need advice, please do telephone our Referral Coordinator team on 01865 397951. We’ll be happy to help.
**If you wish to apply for Carramar, Harwood House, Iris Hayter House or Papist Way, please do not fill out the attached form. Instead, contact [email protected] directly and we will connect you with the appropriate service manager who will guide your application.
After your application
Once we have your application, we’ll contact you to arrange an assessment if you are eligible for our services. This is a relaxed meeting where you can explain your needs and why you feel Supported Housing is right for you.
We’ll write to you soon after that meeting to let you know the outcome. If your application has been successful, we’ll place you on our waiting list immediately.
Waiting times can vary a lot, and it’s important that you keep us up to date with any changes in your housing, contact details or needs while you wait. We need to be able to contact you quickly when accommodation becomes available.