Supported Living North West

Our 24/7 supported living services across the North West empower our residents to lead happy fulfilling lives in a safe environment

Our specialist teams provide support for people living with a mental health diagnosis, autism, learning disability and complex needs. People may come to us for support following a hospital stay, our teams offer discharge support for long-term mental health care enabling individuals to regain their independence, and hospital avoidance pathways for individuals who may require short-term or ‘crisis intervention’ support before returning home.

To make a referral please contact our team


Support can be provided in an individual’s home or at one of our shared residential supported accommodation services located across the North West in Manchester, Liverpool, Preston and Accrington. All of our services and support at home packages offer the same level of clinical mental health support 24/7. Services are renovated to a very high standard and we support our residents to maintain individual tenancies and promote greater independence in a safe and homely environment.

North West Locations

  • Holland House

    Holland House, 4 Mount Street, Preston, PR1 8BS

  • Outside Front of Milnshaw House

    Milnshaw House

    161 Whalley Road, Accrington, BB5 1BX

  • Montgomery House Supported Living Service

    Montgomery House

    Milltown Street, Radcliffe, M26 1WD

  • Helena's House

    Helena’s House

    6 Roby Road, Huyton, L36 4HE

  • Mary Seacole Outside

    Mary Seacole House

    Brancker Street, Westhoughton, Bolton, BL5 3JD

  • Holly Court

    Holly Court

    211 Rake Lane, Wallasey, CH45 5DQ

We work closely with adult health and social care professionals such as Safeguarding, NHS Trusts, Councils, Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT’s), Wellbeing and Pathway Teams, Early Intervention Professionals and Forensic Teams, to ensure Northern Healthcare is the next best step for individuals in their care.

We support individuals on their journey to independent living by:

  • Developing support plans based on their strengths, choices and future goals
  • Building relationships with their wider support networks including, their families, carers advocates and other people who are important to them
  • Helping them to maintain their own tenancy agreement with an independent registered housing association
  • Making sure that individuals understand their rights and choices
  • Providing person-centred practical support and occupational therapy to help with everyday living and supporting mental and physical wellbeing
  • Helping individuals to build relationships and access their local community to build independence at their own pace
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For further information please get in touch with our team

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