Supported Housing

Response is committed to helping all our residents live successfully, satisfyingly and safely as ordinary citizens in the community.

The main aims of our Supported Living services are to:

  • Assist people with complex needs transition from hospital provision into the community
  • Support people recover and resume independent living
  • Enable people for whom recovery is a longer term process to achieve independent living

Response Recovery Campus

Our Intensive Supported Housing services are provided on the Littlemore Hospital site. The Campus is a centre aimed at engaging and temporarily housing people with the most complex needs who no longer need inpatient provision but for whom more stable housing is not yet achievable.

The Response Recovery Campus is a psychologically enabling environment staffed 24/7. It works with the rest of the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership, sharing expertise and welcoming in-reach support from Partners.

Patch Area Teams

Patch Area Teams provide recovery focussed support to residents in their geographic area catering to various levels of recovery and need.

The 4 patch area teams are as follows:

  • Oxford City
  • East Oxford
  • North Oxfordshire
  • South and Vale Oxfordshire

Care and Support Team

Our care and support teams work to provide support and care to our longer term residents so they receive a seamless service.

The two geographically based teams are:

  1. South Oxfordshire Care and Support Teams
    • Iris Hayter House
    • 41 Sandford Road
    • Lochgeil House
  1. Oxford Care and Support Teams
    • Scrutton Close
    • Grove House
    • St. Gabriels
    • Project 10

In October 2019 Iris Hayter House, one of our services within the South Oxford Care and Support Patch, had a CQC inspection. A summary of the report is below:

To find out more please contact us on 01865 397940 or email info@response.org.uk

Take a look at the video below to see one of our amazing Response Supported Housing projects.