Radius Housing have a joint management agreement for three properties with First Housing.
Ardmoulin Mews has 21 apartments providing temporary accommodation/ specialised housing and support for homeless, single parents and families.
Scheme Manager: Bill Gallagher
Telephone: 028 9024 9766
Shepherd’s View has 16 apartments providing support for young parents and their children.
Scheme Manager: Maria Maxwell
Telephone: 028 7134 4309
Francis Street has 9 apartments providing support to young people between the age of 16-25 years
Scheme Manager: Adrian Kehoe
Telephone: 028 7127 1966
Radius Housing have a joint management agreement for two properties with MENCAP NI
Riversley Fold has 9 supported flats provding support for mentally disabled adults.
Scheme Manager: Anita Shannon
Telephone: 028 4062 7566
Riversley House is the second joint management agreement that Radius have with MEMCAP NI, Riversley House has 8
residential flast whichi provide care and support to mentally disabled adults.
Scheme Manager: Anita Shannon
Telephone: 028 4062 7566
Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Council for Social Witness
Radius Housing have two Joint Management Scheme's with the PCIBSW.
Sunnyside House has 45 units which provides care and support for the frail elderly as well as thoes living with Dementia
Scheme Manager: Anna McCaffrey
Telephone: 028 9127 0615
MACsMACS are an organisation that works with children and young people (aged 11–25) who haven’t had a fair deal. They may be experiencing homelessness, substance abuse, self-harm, mental health issues, leaving care or they are generally at risk.
Longstone Street consists of 9 one bedroom flats and a communal area - Longstone street provides support for children leaving care.
Scheme Manager: Iain McNeill
14-20 University Street
14-20 University Street is a support service for young people aged 16-25 years. The
scheme can accommodate up to 18 tenants and is located in South Belfast.
Scheme Manager: Yvonne Picton
Telephone: 028 9024 6220
Northern Health and Social Care Trust
The Trust delivers services from over 150 facilities including two major general hospital sites, a mental health hospital, local community hospitals, health centers, social services, and a significant network of community services as well as provision of care in the home. This includes care to people who live on Rathlin, the only inhabited island in Northern Ireland.
Telephone: 028 7034 4495
Telephone: 028 8225 9868
Ard Aveen Manor
Ard Aveen Manor is situated in Co Armagh not far from Newry. Ard Aveen Manor caters for twelve tenants over the age of 18 who are living with a Learning Disability. Care and Support for these tenants are carried out by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust.
Scheme Manager: Tracy Welch
Telephone: 028 3083 8119
Belfast Charitable Society
Based at Clifton House, the Belfast Charitable Society has long played an historic role in the development of Belfast and the welfare of its people. The Society was founded by a group of leading businessmen in the city to build a Poor House and Infirmary for the most vulnerable citizens of Belfast. The Society is now led by a Board of Members.
Clifton House Residential Home is a 27-bed home for older people with mild to moderate dementia. The Home provides a high standard of care by ensuring staff have a thorough knowledge of each resident’s physical and mental condition enabling an accurate care plan to be drawn and continuously reviewed.
Telephone: 028 9089 7532
Belfast Trust is the largest integrated health and social care Trust in the United Kingdom. They deliver integrated health and social care to approximately 340,000 citizens in Belfast and provide the majority of regional specialist services to all of Northern Ireland. Belfast Trust also comprises the major teaching and training hospitals in Northern Ireland.
342 Ormeau Road
342 Ormeau Road is a supported living accommodation staffed by Belfast Health and Social Care Trust Staff (BHSCT) to support individuals with severe and enduring mental illness. The supported living scheme is a 12 place shared dwelling. BHSCT staff are also supported by the Community Rehabilitation Team.
Telephone: 028 9504 2813
Telephone: 028 9504 2694
Telephone: 028 9504 2375 / 07872837896
Depaul was established in 2002 in Ireland and 2005 in Northern Ireland. It is now a leading cross-border organisation. Depaul’s focus is upon those suffering homelessness and marginalisation, which need vital support and the opportunity to realise their true potential. Depaul offer support and guidance to break the cycle of homelessness, and assist their service users in making positive choices for their future.
Stella Maris is a residential project managed by Depaul, a cross border charity supporting people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Stella Maris has 19 bedrooms and accommodates up to 23 individuals, male and female, who are homeless.
Scheme Manager: Brian Doree
Telephone: 028 9075 1968
Cloverhill is a family service based in West Belfast which offers 18 self-contained apartments with their own bathroom, living/dining room and separate kitchen. Once living in Cloverhill, each family has a dedicated key worker who together with the family, identify the areas of need for them. A support plan can cover many areas but the focus is always to get the family moved to permanent accommodation of their choice as quickly as is possible.
Scheme Manager: Maura McGeown
Telephone: 028 9061 2848
Castlehill is a supported temporary Accommodation service, based in Dungannon, with 22 self-catering apartments, including 6 apartments that are suitable for couples. The service offers 24/7 support, for homeless people aged 18 and over and also offers a range of communal areas that residents can access.
Scheme Manager: Barry Grimes
Telephone:028 8772 5860
Through 30 years of enterprise, innovation and experience Extern have developed services that help ensure that families and children stay together, people have somewhere to live, offending is reduced and that we can all live in a safe, fair and inclusive society. Extern work across Northern Ireland and Ireland, employing over 450 staff, and reach over 15,000 people every year at their 40 bases across the island.
Praxis Care, registered as a charity in 1983, is a major provider of services for adults and children with a learning disability, mental ill health, acquired brain injury and for older people, including people with dementia. The group was established in 2002 by the merging of 3 well established charities in Northern Ireland
Scheme Manager: Emma McLaughlin
Telephone:028 9335 4000
Mantlin Cottage residential care home is situated in the Village of Kesh in Co Fermanagh. Accommodation is provided in a single storey building which consists of nine single en suite bedrooms, kitchen, dining area, lounge, bathroom, shower room, toilet facilities, laundry room and an office. The home is registered to provide care for a maximum of 9 persons with Learning Difficulties or Mental Health.
Scheme Manger: Derek Maxwell
Telephone: 028 6863 1248
Rainbow Lodge is a residential and respite care unit for children with learning disabilities. The unit has 8 beds which support children from up to 30 families and is based in Ballymena, Antrim.
Scheme Manager: Betty Duffy/ Gordon Ferguson
Telephone: 028 2563 9384
The Courtyard is a scheme that consists of three Supported Living Group Houses for twelve people based in Crumlin, Antrim. The scheme caters for adults who are living with a Learning Disability.
Scheme Manager: Sarah Kelly
Telephone: 028 9447 0009
Weavers Court is a set up consisting of five, one bedroom flats. Working in relation with Praxis and Radius Housing this scheme caters for people suffering with a Mental Health illness. Weavers Court is based in Coleraine.
Telephone: 028 7963 4488
The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian Church and registered Charity. Inspired by their faith, The Salvation Army help individuals to develop and grow in their personal relationship with God and engage in a programme of practical action to serve the community, to help those who are suffering and in need, and to speak out against social injustice.
Calder Fountain aims to provide a place of safety for single males (aged 18+) experiencing homelessness. Offering a person centred, inclusive, holistic approach based on The Salvation Army values (boldness, integrity, compassion, passion and respect). The scheme currently provides 12 one bedroom self-catering units, which forms a resettlement programme to single males.
Scheme Manager: Erene Williamson
Telephone: 028 9032 0320
Glen Alva is a scheme that consists of 20 Units. The project staff provides a full team approach in relation to person-centered active support for each family on a daily basis. Key workers work closely with their individual families to ensure that short/medium-term support needs are identified and appropriate assistance and advice provided. They ensure that support networks are then firmly put in clients, once move out into the community.
Scheme Manager: Jim Murdock
Telephone: 028 9035 1185
Simon Community was established in 1971 in response to a homelessness crisis in Belfast; Simon Community has grown to become Northern Ireland’s leading homelessness charity and service provider. From a beginning of just one house, two full time staff and a few volunteers in Belfast, Simon Community NI now helps over 3000 people every year across 22 projects throughout Northern Ireland with a staff count of 300 and 50 volunteers.
The Belfast Foyer is a Homeless Hostel for young people aged 18 – 21. The Foyer can accommodate 32 young people in single bedsits with their own ensuite bathroom. The aim of the Belfast Foyer is to support young people to move to a place they can call home, with the skills to live independently in the community.
Scheme Manager: Mark Coiley
Telephone: 028 9068 6200
41-45 Central Avenue
41-45 Central Avenue is a scheme based in Bangor, Co Down. The scheme can accommodate up to 25 tenants, catering for the needs of young homeless. Central Avenue, working together with Simon Community, aim to help their young people learn and gain the skills of living independently.
Scheme Manager: Michael Coyle
Telephone: 028 9146 9223
28 Cliftonville Avenue
28 Cliftonville Avenue is a scheme based in North Belfast. The scheme can accommodate up to 20 tenants catering for young homeless, working together with Simon Community and other third party organisations 28 Clintonville’s main aim is to educate young people on how to live independently.
Scheme Manager: Liz Lundy
Telephone: 028 9075 1410
2 Flush Park
2 Flush Park is a scheme based Lisburn. The scheme can accommodate up to 30 tenants catering for young homeless, working together with Simon Community and other third party organisations 2 Flush Park’s main aim is to educate young people on how to live independently and to ensure they have the skills and knowledge to excel on their own.
Scheme Manager: Sarah Doherty
Telephone: 028 9260 3059
Saintfield Road is a scheme based in South Belfast. The scheme can accommodate up to 21 tenants catering for young homeless, working together with Simon Community Saintfield Road’s main aim is to educate young people on how to live independently and to ensure they have the right guidance to progress with life on their own.
Scheme Manager: Frances Black
Telephone: 028 9049 3488
South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust
The Trust is an integrated organisation, incorporating acute hospital services, community health and social services and serves a population of approximately 345,000 people with a budget of almost £500 million. The Trust covers the local government districts of Ards, North Down, Down and Lisburn.
At Slievegrane the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust provides a supported living type domiciliary care service. The 24 hour service aims to provide an individualised, safe, supportive, therapeutic environment to persons with a severe and enduring mental illness using a Recovery Model approach.
Scheme Manager: Andrew McKeever
Telephone: 028 4483 9959 / 07809552808
Threshold has entered its third decade of existence in Northern Ireland and has emerged as a key provider of specialisttherapeutic services for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly who suffer from mental health problems.
For over twenty years Threshold have worked to establish services across Northern Ireland and to provide care and support for between 250- 300 people within our residential services and through our work in outreach, which enables people to remain in their own homes while benefitting from our weekly visits from support staff.
Glencarn House is based in Glengormley and comes under the catchment area of the Northern Health & Social Care Trust. The unit has 14 ensuites bedrooms with community cooking facilities. Working with Threshold Glencarn House caters for people who are suffering with a Mental Health Illness.
Scheme Manager: Fiona Simpson
Telephone: 028 9087 9191
Cedar support and empower children and adults with disabilities throughout Northern Ireland. Cedar delivers a range of services that enable people with disabilities to get the most out of life and to be fully included in their communities. Cedar’s services are centred on the individual needs of each person and are delivered throughout Northern Ireland.
Owenvale Mews is located in West Belfast. Working in conjunction with Cedar and Radius Housing, Owenvale Mews offers to provide a Supported Living Service to adults over the age of 18 who are living with a learning disability. Owenvale Mews offers accommodation for up to seven tenants.
Scheme Manager: Julie Magee