Grainger House is located in Cradley Heath, Birmingham. This spacious, modern building contains 17 contemporary studio flats, two communal kitchens, a lounge and an activity area.
As with all of our services, our residents benefit from ‘The Northern Healthcare model of supported living’, with 24/7 support onsite and clinical input from our multi-disciplinary team.Make an enquiry
All areas of our home are comfortable and friendly, and you have a choice of sociable or quiet communal spaces to relax with each other or welcome family and friends.
Located close to the centre of Cradley Heath, there is easy access to shops, local amenities, health care services, educational facilities and public transport. There is also a church, hairdressers, gym and several cafés and restaurants nearby. Residents can find more details of things to do in our “Area Guide”, including local beauty spots, indoor and outdoor activities and more places to go.
Grainger House have several activities taking place each week, which residents are more than welcome to get involved with. There is something for everyone to enjoy each day. Activities and events are designed for all interests and abilities and we encourage people to stay active and involved. A few firm favourites are our social cooking evenings and movie nights!
We encourage our residents to be actively involved in our monthly residents’ meeting, where our team and our residents come together to share feedback and new ideas.
"Since being at Grainger House and having that support I feel like my life has purpose, I am being supported to build up my socialising skills and communication skills, which I feel more confident in and it has given me the chance to make wise and good choices within my life." Resident FeedbackDISCOVER MORE
I am supported by a multi-disciplinary team which includes a Registered Mental Health Nurse, an Occupational Therapist and Support Workers. All residents are supported 24-hours by our dedicated team.
People's views and decisions about care were incorporated in their care plans. This helped staff to support people in a way that allowed people to have control over their lives. People told us, "I would recommend this service to other people. Staff help me with [name of activity] and help to keep me focused." (CQC Report 2021)
Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people every year. With the help of our residents, we are hoping to break down the misconceptions surrounding mental health, autism and learning disabilities and give people hope that with the right support…
Our supported living services are full of activities with a busy calendar of group cooking classes, exercise classes, health and nutrition workshops, 1-2-1 time and occupational therapy to suit everyone’s needs and help our residents to reach their recovery goals.…
We love to share resident's stories - hearing and reading about lived experiences helps to keep the conversation about mental health open which we believe is very important. Mental health is still surrounded by stigma but keeping the conversations open can…
We took the opportunity to grab a quick chat with our Northern Healthcare Support Worker of the Year 2022 award winner, Jade Gadd from Grainger House, to find out about her experience at Northern Healthcare and how she felt about…
Luke is 29 years old and came to Grainger House in December 2019 following a referral from his Care Coordinator, having previously resided at Reaside Clinic, a medium secure forensic service. Luke lives with severe depressive episodes and psychotic syndromes.
With the help of our residents, we are hoping to break down the misconceptions surrounding mental health, autism and learning disabilities. One of our residents from Grainger House, our supported living service in Cradley Heath, Sandwell shares his mental health…
Theo is 51 years old and came to Grainger House in January 2021 following a referral from Dudley Council Mental Health Community Recovery Services. Theo has paranoid schizophrenia, autistic traits and learning disabilities.