Hightown is experienced in managing a variety of care and supported housing services. We have many schemes - ranging from homeless night shelters to registered care homes. We currently deliver over 16,000 support hours per week and are committed to delivering an excellent service.

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Our services, in numbers

Our services include:

  • Mental health support – both in the community and through our supported housing schemes.
  • Learning disability support – including supported living services and registered care homes.
  • Young people’s service for those aged 16-24. Support is available to a variety of young people who are either homeless, leaving care, estranged from family or have difficulty staying in education, training or employment. 
  • Mother and baby service - providing accommodation and support to young women aged 16 - 25 who are either pregnant or have a child up to two years old.
  • Homeless service - providing a safe, caring environment for residents, along with support and advice to give them the necessary social and life skills to move on to independent living.
  • Women’s refuge – providing safe, temporary accommodation for women and children fleeing domestic abuse.
  • Support & resettlement - help if you are at risk of being homeless or if you need support in managing life's many challenges.
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Young People's Service
Support & Resettlement

 

As part of Hightown's commitment to improving and sharing best practice, we are a member of Hertfordshire Care Providers Association and the UK Home Care Association.