Mental Health Housing
This ABLEize section highlights special needs and mental health housing and housing for the disabled including dedicated housing associations that provide, safety security and suitable housing as well as support services for people with a range of mental health and learning disability issues. Find details of the types of housing and accommodation and available finances information, where to get emergency help and a range of useful contacts as well as individual service providers of mental health housing listed below in this section.
Typical sites listed here including privately run and local authority housing associations provide mental health housing accommodation in a number areas both with and without live in carers. Find a national or local special needs housing association or resource that appeals to you and click on the site title or social media link to discover more.
Details of supported and mental health housing offered by Kent County Council. Includes details of support and housing for vulnerable people aged 18 and 55 years old including dementia, disability and those suffering domestic abuse.
A Bristol based housing group offering accommodation for women with acute or long term mental health needs.
Registered provider of social housing that assists people with mental health issues to live independently or with assistance. Services are offered in multiple UK locations.
Glasgow based housing association offering accommodation and care support to people with mental health issues.
Provides practical accommodation for people with a wide range of mental health problems. Paisley based.
Covering most of England with short-term supported accommodation schemes to people with mild or moderate mental health needs. Site highlights additional support options.
Providing safe, secure and assisted living in South Yorkshire with a range of mental health housing options. Includes projrcts in Sheffield, Barnsley and Maltby.