Who we are
Richmond Fellowship’s Adelphi Court Supported Housing Service is tailored for each individual using the service with the ultimate goal to help you manage your accommodation and assist you with reintegration back into independent living and the wider community.
What we do
We support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence.
Support to develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs.
We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities.
Our service supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.
We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.
Lengths of stays are usually between 6 months and 2 years, subject to the individual's needs.
Staff are on site every day from 8:30am to 10pm, and provide individual support in a range of ways depending on need.
We are currently registered by CQC and can support people who use the service with medication and also promote self-medication.
Who we help
We support adults over 18 with mental health conditions.
Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.
Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.