Raglan provides good quality, affordable housing across the UK for people with many differing support needs.
The supported housing projects are either managed directly by Raglan's supported housing team or through a specialist provider. The accommodation is available to anyone who meets each scheme's referral criteria and as vacancies allow.
The services assist a wide range of people including older people, people with mental health needs or learning disabilities, vulnerable people and young adults.
Types of accommodation
Accommodation for older people
Sheltered+ accommodation is for people over the age of 55, who want to retain their independence whilst also benefiting from having staff available. Raglan has two schemes offering this type of accommodation.
Accommodation for people with learning disabilities
Specialist care/support and accommodation for people with learning disabilities. All properties benefit from 24 hour support and are managed by specialist organisations such as National Health Trusts or Mencap.
Accommodation for people with mental health needs
This accommodation provides specialist support for people with mental health needs, managed by specialist organisations.
Accommodation for people within the autistic spectrum
This project is managed by the National Autistic Society and is regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
Accommodation for people with physical difficulties
Purpose built accommodation for physically disabled people.
Accommodation for young people
This accommodation provides access to education, training and employment opportunities for young people aged 16-25 years.
These projects provide safe and secure accommodation for women and children who are fleeing domestic violence.