Our SUPPORTED Housing and Residential Recovery Services

Richmond Fellowship provides a number of supported housing services across the country, helping people transition from a residential recovery setting to independent living in their own homes.

Our services provide you with a safe and warm home as well as access to support from our team of highly trained recovery workers.

We work on a one-to-one basis to help develop the skills and confidence of an individual to move on to independent living in the community.

The length of stay and level of support can vary but all our supported housing services provide:

  • Individualised support and safety plans agreed in partnership with you, taking account of the skills, knowledge and experience that you already have available to you
  • Therapeutic interventions such as motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioural therapy and the development of coping strategies to foster resilience
  • Support to develop independent living skills with a focus on recovery and a goal to move on to independent or lower level supported accommodation
  • Practical support to identify move-on accommodation and a successful transition into a permanent home.​​​​​​​

Our operating models include:

24 Hour Supported Housing
Person centred support in your own home, knowing Recovery Workers are there as needed.

12 Hour Supported Housing
Personalised support through the day with an on-call system at night.

Care Quality Commission (CQC) Registered Services

A number of our residential services are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

These services offer step-down services that seamlessly transition you from inpatient care by providing intensive support if you’re living with complex needs and behaviours associated with severe and enduring mental health conditions, often as part of a compulsory order under the Mental Health Act.

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