Thurleigh Road Supported Housing Unit
The Thurleigh Road Unit works in partnership with Wandsworth Borough Council to provide cultural and social support for clients aged 18-60 years old who have experienced mental illness or other related issues which may be distressing for their families and carers.
NewServol's Service Objectives are:
- To provide culturally sensitive support to meet the needs of users.
- To provide a non-restrictive service, for people to progress at their own pace.
- To remain a client-centred service and provide encouragement of independence.
- To provide an effective and efficient welfare service for users.
- To enable users to be responsible for their own well-being and promote respect for other people.
- To investigate and research new and improved services.
Please see the website for more information.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Kim Monero
- Contact Position
- Regional Project Manager
- 0121 450 7982
- Parent Organisation
- NewServol Community Trust
Where to go
86, Thurleigh Road
- SW12 8UD
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- Age Ranges
- Between the ages of 18 – 60
- Referral Details
This service is for adults from age 18 to 60 who are recovering from mental illness, including single homeless people with mental health problems. Clients must have a connection with a Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) in the borough of Wandsworth.
Clients are considered:
- Who are able to take medication with support, if necessary from our care staff.
- Who are able to cope with basic personal care tasks.
- Who are able and willing to participate in a rehab programme.
- Have a history of previous psychiatric treatment.
- Have a history of inappropriate behaviour.
- who either have no address, or could not return to the address if unsupervised.
- When admission to a psychiatric hospital is thought to be advisable, but not available, so long as none of the exclusion criteria apply.
NewServol accepts referrals for new clients from GPs, social workers and other professional bodies who are involved in the mental health sector.
Last updated: 10 Jan 2019