Solace Living

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Solace Living is a not-for-profit social enterprise providing supported housing and respite services for adults living with mental health difficulties.

Supported Living

Residents have their own tenancy in either a self-contained or a shared 2-bed flat. All residents have a Recovery Worker, supported to access specialist mental health support, and are supported to develop a recovery plan and risk assessment, which is regularly reviewed.

Support is usually funded through Self-Directed Support (SDS) payments.

For more details on their service and how to refer, please see their website.

Respite Services

Solace Living also provide a short-term respite service for adults with a mental health diagnosis, or their parents/carers. The service includes overnight staff who are available to provide practical and emotional support.

Guests will need to be in receipt of social care funding and referred by a care coordinator or other professionals involved in support.

Guests can book for between 1 and 14 nights. Requests for longer stays will be considered on an individual basis.

For more details on their service and how to refer, please see their website.

Covid update 18/10/21: Most services continue under covid-safe conditions but may be experiencing changes to how or when they deliver their service. Contact Solace Living directly for the latest information.

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