CCP's supported accommodation provides a range of integrated housing, training, education, employment, advice and support services for vulnerable young people and adults.

 

We currently have 150+ bed spaces across the Southwest and West Midlands.

 

Gloucestershire


Bramah House – A 10 bed house providing accommodation and support for young people aged 16 to 25 in Cheltenham, staffed 24 hours a day.


The Arkells – A 24 bed house providing accommodation and support for young people aged 16 to 25 in Cheltenham, includes 9 two-bed license agreement flats and 6 one-bed tenancy flats, staffed 24 hours a day.


Rose & Crown – 6 self contained tenancy flats with intensive housing management support


Season House – A 10 bed house providing accommodation and support for young people aged 16 to 25 in the Stroud district, staffed 24 hours a day.

 

South Gloucestershire


Southwold House – A 10 bed house providing accommodation and support for young people 16-25 in Yate, staffed 24 hours a day

 

Andrew Millman Court – 12 tenancy flats for young people 16-25’s in Yate who receive floating support

 

Dorset

 

Sevenoaks – 14 units of accommodation providing accommodation and support for young people aged 16 to 18 in Bournemouth, staffed 24 hours a day.

 

 

Herefordshire

 

Pomona Place - A 22 bed house providing accommodation and support to adults in Hereford, staffed 24 hours a day

 

Bridge House – A 9 bed house providing accommodation and support to adults in Hereford, staffed 24 hours a day

 

Care Leaver Service – 8 Flats providing accommodation and support to Children in Care and Care Leavers in Hereford, staffed 24 hours a day

 

 

Independent Living Service


We also operate Independent Living Services where we house and support 16-17 year olds in Local Authority Care across the Southwest and West Midlands.

 

We provide bespoke support packages to suit a broad range of people ranging from 24/7 to a few hours per week. Our focus is to provide high quality accommodation and combine this with person centred individualised support. Our overarching goal is to increase people’s independence skills, so they are more equipped to progress their own ambitions.

 

We are experienced in housing and supporting a wide range of people and we do this through a compassionate, personalised approach and by working in partnership with others.

 

 

How to Refer

 

Links to referral forms are saved in the footer of the Website.

 

If you need help with accommodation in these areas and would like to self-refer, please use these forms or get in touch with us through the main contact details and ask to speak to someone from the ABS team.

 

Equally if you are another professional or a Commissioning Officer please get in touch with us.