How can I get supported housing?
We do not hold a direct waiting list for supported housing. If you want to know more about supported housing you should contact your local council. You can find out how to contact your local council and more about applying for supported housing at Direct Gov.
The Hyde Group houses vulnerable residents in our supported stock, helping them to maintain their independence and ensuring support can be provided by specialist organisations, if appropriate.
We own approximately 4,000 supported units of accommodation including extra care schemes, sheltered accommodation, and accommodation aimed at particular client groups, for example, people with a mental health problems or care leavers. We own 42 care homes all of which are managed by specialist organisations.
Read below how residents’ lives have been changed by having a home that helps them live independently.
For years Pauline and Carol struggled without heating or hot water. Feeling safe has made a huge difference to their lives.
Having an apartment suited to Bobby's needs means he and Rosemary are free to do their own thing.
When Bill fell and broke his back, it changed his life forever. Now he is grateful to be living in our extra care scheme where he is looked after by…
Coral was one of 30 residents relocated from Marlborough House after a devastating fire in 2013. Although traumatic for many residents, Coral is…
Gloria Moore, 94, was the first resident to move into St Leonard-on-sea extra care scheme, Marlborough House, when it first opened its doors in 2003.
Aslam Khan (70) is one of Marlborough House’s most inspirational residents. Not only does he radiate positivity, he is well-known for his generosity…