Our supported housing offers a safe, comfortable, welcoming community where you will find not only the space to start your path to lifelong recovery, but also a supportive and compassionate community of other people who can share your experiences.
In clean, comfortable surroundings, you can start to feel valued and regain a sense of self-worth.
Our supported housing communities are staffed 24 hours a day by highly skilled staff, who are in recovery themselves. This means they have a wealth of experience working with addiction and substance misuse.
Walter Lyon House
Walter Lyon House is a mixed abstinent supported housing project located in beautiful grounds in Lancaster.
Treatment at the 15-bed building encourages residents to get directly involved with their care and surroundings. Shared living areas provide the space to develop living skills in a therapeutic environment. Cooking and baking, socialising and networking are all vital elements of recovery at Walter Lyon House.
Redwood House is Acorn’s Criminal Justice all male supported accommodation project located in Rochdale.
Our eight-bed project is aimed at individuals who have spent many years trapped in a repeated cycle of offending behaviour due to their substance addiction.
We help those that want real change from old behaviours and chaotic offending. Working with experienced recovery workers, residents are given support to change their behaviours with a range of interventions tailor-made for each individual. We aim for the best possible outcomes to eventually support service users into education and independent living.
Acorn House provides residential abstinence based accommodation in a thriving location on the outskirts of Manchester. Our six-bed, all male, property provides support and care for residents and encourages them to develop their recovery and move onto independent living.
Residents can enrol on one of our programmes in Manchester designed for real change from old destructive behaviours.