Supported and Sheltered Housing

Supporting People is a Government programme to help people to live more independently and maintain their accommodation. The programme provides funding for the housing related support that usually comes from support workers in floating support or accommodation based services, or from wardens in sheltered housing schemes.

Contact the Derbyshire Supporting People Team on 01629 533190 for further information.

Information about sheltered accommodation in Amber Valley can be found at the Housing Care website.  This is purpose built accommodation for people over 60 years old (Futures Housing Group stock) or 55 years old (other housing providers in Amber Valley).  You can also check out Home Options for more information.

Futures Homescape offer a range of support services; further information is available from the website.


Contact Details
Tel: Derbyshire Supporting People Team: 01629 532073
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