About this service
We support people who have been affected by mental ill health to achieve fulfilling lives. Our main aim is for people using our services to develop the skills needed to live as independently as possible in their communities and eventually to move into their own homes.
What we do
Each client is supported by our specialized team of support staff including key workers and recovery support workers. Key workers support clients through the move in process and visit clients regularly either in their homes or in the community for the duration of the tenancy. We also provide an out of hours support number. We help clients to identify their goals and complete their recovery with support plans tailored to their individual needs.
Who is it for?
Our housing support is for people aged 18-65 known to housing support services in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster. People can only be referred to us via mental health professionals and GPs.
Locations and office hours
We provide high quality self -contained and shared accommodation in various locations across Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster.
Our office hours are: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
Tel: 0207 259 8132
Post: Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster Mind, Hopkinson House, 6 Osbert Street, London SW1P 2QU
Contact the Brent housing team
Contact the Wandsworth housing team
Contact the Westminster housing team
Clients can only be referred to us via mental health professionals and GPs.
In Brent, referrals come through START Plus; the supported tenancy team at Brent Council.
Phone: 0208 937 2573
In Wandsworth our referrals come from the Housing Allocation Group (HAG) within the Wandsworth Borough Council.
In Westminster our referrals come through the Single Access Referral Panel (SARP) within Westminster City Council.
If you have any questions regarding referrals or access please call us on 0207 259 8132.
Please note that we will require further information about the person’s needs to ensure that the services are safe and suitable for the individual requiring them. This will include a risk assessment to be completed by a professional working with the person wishing to access the service.