The contracts will be a mix of the national supported housing provider’s core support services and Sanctuary Home Care’s (SHC) domiciliary care provision.
Among the wins, SHC will be delivering 160 hours of home care a week to Skinners Court, an extra care scheme, in Enfield under an agreement with Enfield Council.
In Handyside Court extra care scheme in Derby, SHC will be supplying 500 hours of planned care across 38 tenancies in an agreement with Derby City Council.
The contract marks an expansion of SHC’s existing provision within Handyside Court, where it previously provided solely emergency response-based care.
SSL’s mental health services in Salford will be able to assist more people in the area after a framework agreement with Salford City Council allows them to provide support to clients with learning disabilities and autism.
In Leicester, a framework agreement with Leicester City Council could also see SSL providing more support hours at Lyndon Lodge and Sycamore Court care and support services.
Renewed contracts for both supported housing services have also been successfully negotiated with the local authority.
Sanctuary Group director – Housing and Support Simon Clark said: “These recent award wins highlight Sanctuary Supported Living’s commitment and experience in delivering high quality support services to the most vulnerable in society.
“We’re delighted to have retained services and are looking forward to working with our partners and clients on the new services we have successfully tendered for.”