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Supported housing

This section provideds details of Supported housing services in Devon. Supported housing is any housing scheme where housing, support and sometimes care services are provided as an integrated package.

Some schemes are long-term, designed for people who need ongoing support to live independently, others are short-term, designed to help people develop the emotional and practical skills needed to move into more mainstream housing. This can include support with health needs, including mental health, drug and alcohol use, managing benefits and debt, developing daily living skills and accessing education, training and employment.

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Contact Care Direct on 0345 1551 007 or email csc.caredirect@devon.gov.uk

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    Precious Homes Torquay

    Lucentio House is a specialist supported housing project catering for: Learning Disabilities Challenging Behaviour Aspergers and Autism The property provides accommodation in 12 flats divided into 2 wings. There are 8 studio flats, 3 one bedroom flats and 1 two bedroom flats. 5 flats are…
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    Lucentio House11 Rousdown RoadTorquayTQ2 6PB

    Rainbow Living

    We are a volunteer-run charity which supports adults with disabilities, mainly learning disability, by providing accommodation to enable tenants to live with their peers as independently as possible in supported living. We have three Rainbow Houses in Devon, two in Exeter and one in Torquay, and are now…
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    11, Gatehouse CloseCullomptonDEVONEX15 1JJ

    Redcliffe Services

    Redcliffe Services consists of houses near the centre of Exeter that provide a stable and supportive environment for those with mental health difficulties. The aim of the service is to provide an opportunity to gain life skills to maximise independence by supporting whole life recovery,…
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    43, Denmark RoadExeterDevonEX1 1SH

    Redworth Projects

    Redworth Projects is part of Westward Housing Group. It consists of four shared houses in Totnes providing affordable, short term, supported housing for people with mental health needs. At the Redworth Projects we provide affordable accommodation for people withmental health needs. We welcome a broad…
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    1, Redworth TerraceTotnesDevonTQ9 5JN

    Renai Support Services

    Supported living service enabling people to live in their own home, whether as tenants, alone or with others.
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    5, Locksley CloseTorquayTQ1 3HQ

    Rethink - Devon Supported Housing

    Devon Supported Housing is an individualised support service funded by Devon Partnership Trust. It offers housing related support to people with low to medium support needs, leaving a hospital or residential setting. We work closely with Service Users to ensure the support they receive is…
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    Rethink Mental Illness - Devon Enhanced Community Recovery Service

    The Devon Enhanced Community Recovery Service offers personalised support and accommodation for those returning to Devon from specialist placements outside of Devon.
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    EX2 4HY

    Sanctuary Group

    Sanctuary Group is a housing and care provider. We were set up in 1969 to deliver housing and care to those who need it most, and that original purpose still guides us today.  We are a registered, exempt charity, which means instead of returning a…
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    Sanctuary House, Chamber CourtCastle StreetWorcesterWorcestershireWR1 3ZQ

    SeeAbility - Devon Support Service

    This 24 hour support service provides young adults with a range of complex disabilities including sight loss, the opportunity to live as independently as possible in their own rented self contained flat. Here individuals are actively encouraged to expand their capabilities and benefit from opportunities…
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    Windmill Court6 Kings RoadHonitonEX14 1HL

    SeeAbility - Exeter Support Service

    This is a highly personalised service for adults with multiple disabilities, including sight loss and complex needs. Our experience shows that people feel a real sense of achievement when supported to do more for themselves. Here the trained staff team including Rehabilitation Practitioners and Speech and Language…
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    28, Willow WayExeterEX4 8DY
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