Amy Johnson House

    1-5 Jameson Street, Hull HU1 3HR
    01482 968 140

    • Ensuite room
    • Male & female residents

    Supported Living Hull

    Amy Johnson House in East Yorkshire is a 24/7 supported living service for people living with a mental health diagnosis, learning disability or autism.

    Amy Johnson House opened in 2019, the building in the heart of Hull city centre has been transformed into an 18 bed supported living accommodation across 3 floors. Our dedicated team provide 24-hour support for male and female residents aged 18+.

    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.

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    Referral Criteria

    • Male & female residents, aged 18+ who are willing to engage in recovery & social inclusion.
    • Can be on section 17 leave or if on forensic MHA section, on extended leave if approved by MOJ.
    • On admission residents must be stable on their current medication & medically fit.
    • We can support people with a diagnosed mental illness, mild learning disability or autistic spectrum disorder.
    • The service is brought to you in partnership with Encircle Housing Association, referrals are assessed in partnership.

    For any questions regarding Amy Johnson House, or to make a referral enquiry please get in touch.

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    What’s life like at Amy Johnson House?

    At Amy Johnson House our residents are in the heart of Hull. We have excellent access to local amenities with shops, museums, entertainment venues and local health services all within walking distance. We are also only a 1-minute walk from the beautiful ‘Queen’s Gardens’ green space, and only a short walk to local transport links.

    As we are excellently located, we are able to provide an array of community-based activities and we have formed excellent partnerships with local businesses and charities who support our service and our residents. We work with our residents and the local community to offer work placements or volunteering opportunities.

    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.

    Man with community mental health support at home

    "Anne and I are delighted by the start that Helena has made at Amy Johnson. This is in no small way due to your team. They have quickly understood how Helena ticks and have fully engaged with her."


    "The support workers always ask me what I want to do and give me choices."


    Our supported living model ensures consistency in the quality of our care

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    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)

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    Amy Johnson House News & Events

    • Life at Amy Johnson House

      Life at Amy Johnson House

      Our supported living services are full of activities with a busy calendar of group cooking classes, exercise, 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. Highlights…

    • NHC Awards Winner Joe Hartley

      Northern Healthcare Company News

      Support Worker of the Year Award Winner | Joe Hartley, Team Leader

      After celebrating his win at our recent NHC Awards 2023, we caught up with Joe Hartley from Amy Johnson House about his accolade. What is your role at Northern Healthcare, and how did you get into it?  I currently work…

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      Resident Supported Living Stories

      “They’ve helped me so much and are always very supportive.” | Helena’s Anxiety Recovery Story, Amy Johnson House

      With the assistance of our residents, we aim to dispel misunderstandings regarding mental health, autism, and learning disabilities. Helena a resident at Amy Johnson House, our supported living service in Hull, shares her personal journey of mental health and anxiety…

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