Milton Keynes 24 hour Supported Housing
19 Wolverton Road
At Repton House we provide 24hr supported housing for adults who need support with daily living and social skills as the result of long term mental health problems.
We also offer short term supported accommodation through our Stopgap scheme which provides an alternative to hospital admission.
How we help
At Repton House we offer 11 residential places in nine first floor and two ground floor rooms, with several spacious communal living rooms. The house is a large Victorian detached listed building with a walled garden at the rear.
Our scheme helps individuals to develop a support plan tailored to their needs. A key worker is allocated to each individual and they work with them throughout their placement on the short and long-term objectives highlighted in this plan. Regular reviews take place to map the progress of each person. We also link in with support networks and agree a weekly service structure that fits with individual needs.
At our Stopgap scheme we offer supported accommodation for up to four weeks as an alternative to hospital in a confidential local location. The support is tailored to the individual’s requirements at the point of access and monitored throughout their stay.
We offer a maximum of three places at any given time which includes a private lockable room and shared communal areas including lounge, bathroom, toilet, kitchen and garden.
Who we can help
All referrals to our services need to include an application form completed by the service user or their care co-ordinator. Referral packs detailing the required information are available on request.
Referrals to Repton House should be submitted via the NHS bed manager: 01908 243 858.
Referrals to our Stopgap service should be made via the Acute Home Treatment Team: 01908 395 599.
At the heart of everything we do lies:
- Hope: the belief that recovery is possible for every individual
- Respect: valuing differences and all contributions
- Enabling: giving people encouragement and support to achieve their goals
- Inclusion: the belief that everyone has a right to participate fully in society.