What we do
Providing services for people with learning disabilities, mental health problems, homeless people, and people with drug or alcohol problems
St. Anne's has been developing and providing services for people with learning disabilities, mental health problems, homeless people, and people with drug or alcohol problems since 1971. Care and support services are available to a diverse range of people and the common factor is that all our support is focused on individual needs and aspirations. Whether support is required because people are homeless, dependent on drugs or alcohol or because of mental health issues or a learning disability, St Anne’s supports people to live as full and active members of their local community.
St Anne’s provides housing, accommodation based support in partnership with other housing providers and a range of community based services. This range of provision means that as people’s needs and goals change they can continue to be supported by St Anne’s. Current services include:
- Housing with support - long and short term
- Supported living services
- Residential care, including nursing care and specialist detoxification and rehabilitation (alcohol)
- Domiciliary care
- Day services
- Adult Placement
- Community mental health and substance use services
- Respite Care
Our Introduction to St. Anne's leaflet provides a brief overall summary of our services.
To view additional information please see our Annual Review 2012.