Our unique female only mental health supported living accommodation provides women with a safe space and trauma informed support. Our recovery focussed support aims to ensure women flourish and have a sense of wellbeing. We work alongside the women we support encouraging them to explore their identity, tap into their strengths and rekindle interests and relationships. This large Victorian detached house for 12 women is set off a main road in Tulse Hill, South London.
It has four floors with a large lounge, dining room, utility room and a large garden. The basement has three bedrooms, all en-suite and with external patios. The ground floor has one bedroom with en-suite. The first floor has four bedrooms with en-suites, one small kitchenette and a communal bathroom. The second floor has a further four bedrooms with en-suites. All rooms are fully furnished with a double bed, mattress, wardrobe and side table. Each floor is accessible via the stairs.
Wifi is provided.
Many of the women we support here have multiple needs including substance use and self-harm.
We support them 24/7 for up to five years and work with them to build on their strengths to achieve their goals.
The house has a spacious and warm atmosphere and the women who live here enjoy fitness classes, cooking, arts and crafts, pampering sessions and playing board games. We promote taking care of your physical health as well as your mental health and organise regular group walks. The women attend regular house meetings where they choose activities they want to do and how they want to do them, whether individually or as part of a group. They also have regular sessions with their key-worker where they discuss their goals, aspirations and identify the support they need to achieve them. People are supported to seek volunteer opportunities, access courses and employment. Visitors are welcome but in line with our visitor policy – no unannounced visitors are permitted, and visitors are asked to sign-in and stay within the communal areas.
The house is in Tulse Hill and has great transport links with several buses and 3 railway stations (Tulse Hill, West Dulwich and West Norwood) all within walking distance. There are supermarkets, cafes and restaurants nearby as well as West Norwood Picturehouse. The local library has a range of activities and courses on offer, as does the local gym and health centre.
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