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 an abstinence based supported housing project based in Lancaster.
Treatment at the 15-bed building encourages residents to get directly involved with their care and surroundings. Shared living, including cooking and cleaning, is a vital part of recovery at Walter Lyon House.
Acorn House provides residential abstinence based accommodation in Greater Manchester. The six-bed property provides male only support, and residents are actively supported to get as involved in their support as they can.
Resident meetings are held on a weekly basis to ensure they are given the opportunity to share their views and experiences with staff and each other.
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