Please see below the Achieve together emergency placements for Surrey.
For a full list of all available placements, please click here
If you are interested in any of these placements, please contact Bernie Gilligan or Rod Brizzell:
T: 07584 100 324
T: 07885 998 240
Mill Road, Epsom- 2nd-floor ensuite vacancy available. Transitional supported living service suitable for young adults aged 18-35 with learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions and emotional needs. Click here for more information
Heathcote Road, Epsom- 2 ensuite flatlets places available. Supported living service for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism spectrum conditions and behaviours that may challenge. Click here for more information
Hillview, Redhill. Hillview is a specialist supported living service for adults with learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions and communication difficulties. Click here for more information
Manor Green Road, Epsom. Manor Green Road is a specialist supported living service for adults aged 40+ with learning disabilities and mental health needs. Click here for more information.
Station Road, Camberley supported living service in Camberley for adults with autism spectrum conditions, moderate learning disabilities, hearing impairments, emotional needs and epilepsy aged 18+, providing an environment where individuals can readily learn independent living skills. Click here for more information
Raymond Crescent, Guildford. supported living service, providing accommodation for five male adults aged 18+ with mental health needs, moderate learning disabilities and emotional needs who need help and support with daily living needs and tasks. Click here for more information.
Tolworth Park Road, Surbiton. Residential service for adults with moderate learning disabilities and other complex needs. Click here for more information
Inglewood House, Camberley. Inglewood House is a residential home for adults with a learning disability, epilepsy, dementia and complex physical needs, as well as end of life care. Click here for more information
Wren Park, Whyteleafe. Wren Park is a 24 hour supported living service for adults aged 17+ with a traumatic or non-traumatic acquired brain injury and/or varying degrees of cognitive, physical, behavioural and emotional difficulties. Click here for more information