North West and West Midlands Based Provider for People with Enduring Mental Health Needs and Asperger’s Joins Multi Award Winning Group.
Eden Futures is delighted to announce that as of 1st November 2014 ‘Supported Homes’ will be joining the Eden Futures group. Supported Homes provides 24 hour support to over 40 vulnerable people with a range of Mental Health illnesses and/or Asperger’s Syndrome at eight locations across the North West, West Midlands, and Welsh borders area.
Eden Futures and Supported Homes share a similar approach and culture, borne from the desire to deliver exceptional care and support to vulnerable people in the community. The combined team of approaching 2000 staff have a sector-leading depth of experience and knowledge. By joining Eden Futures, Supported Homes further strengthens the capabilities of the group to provide the very best services to the people they support and their commissioners.
The combined group now provides support and partnered housing solutions for over 800 people with a range of disabilities across England. With services from Cumbria in the North West, across to the East Riding of Yorkshire, and all the way down to the Cornish border, Eden Futures is truly a national care provider. Richard Clarke former director / owner will be joining the Eden Futures executive team as ‘Head of operations North West and Wales’
Eden Futures group offers highly personalised independent living options across the whole care pathway for both, mental health and learning disability sectors. Their services include supported living, residential homes, domiciliary care and specialist provision for service users with Life Changing and Acquired Brain Injuries. The group also have an independent hospital for individuals requiring care under the Mental Health Act.
The CEO of the group; Andrew Lennox, commented, “Supported Homes has an outstanding reputation for the quality of care it provides, centred around the needs of each individual service user. We are delighted to welcome ‘Supported Homes’ to our group and we look forward to working together to support the people in our care to live independent and fulfilling lives.”