Grantham & District Mencap Ltd – Cree CentreGrantham, Boston and Lincoln area
The Cree Centre, is a day service for Adults with Profound, Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities. It is owned and managed by Grantham & District Mencap Ltd, a local Mencap Society affiliated to the Royal Society Mencap.
Haven HouseNottingham city, Gedling, Rushcliffe, Broxtowe
Haven House is 6 bed mental health crisis house, staffed 24 hours per day with a minimum of two staff on site at any one time. Guests are referred directly via the City and South Nottingham CRHT teams and must be experiencing a mental health crisis.
Homelessness Prevention ServicesBassetlaw, Newark & Sherwood, Broxtowe, Gedling & Rushcliffe, Mansfield & Ashfield
This service provides support around the prevention of homelessness; the aim is to provide housing-related support and guidance around rent or mortgage arrears, eviction, finding accommodation, sustainment and resettlement into the community.
Hughendon Lodge (STAR)Nottingham city
STAR provides accommodation and support for people with severe and enduring mental health problems.
Lincoln & Lindsey Blind SocietyNorth Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, Lincoln city, East and West Lindsey
Lincoln & Lindsey Blind Society exists to enhance the quality of life for blind, partially sighted and visually impaired people, whatever their age or circumstances in life.
London RoadNottingham city
The London Road service provides 24 hour staffing for short term accommodation to 57 mixed sex single homeless people, over the age of 18, including those with support issues around drugs, alcohol and mental health.
Men's Complex NeedsNottingham city
The Men’s Complex Needs service provides 24 hour staffing for temporary accommodation across two sites for 15 men aged 18+ years. Their support needs include issues around substance/ alcohol misuse and mental health.
Michael Varnam HouseNottingham city
Michael Varnam House is a ten-bed service for homeless men and women with a primary issue of alcohol misuse.
Moving Forward — Steps to IndependenceAshfield, Bassetlaw, Mansfield, Newark & Sherwood, South Notts
The Moving Forward service provides support to people in Nottinghamshire who are experiencing mental health difficulties.
New AlbionNottingham city
This service provides 24 hour staffing of 24 self-contained flats within a converted church building, which provides temporary accommodation for single homeless people and homeless couples.