Wilson Carlile House, 172 -174 Plymouth Grove, Longsight, Manchester, M13 0AF
With effect from 1st April 2019 Wilson Carlile House will become part of Connect Manchester working in partnership with Nacro, Salvation Army & Sanctuary Housing. We will become one service that will offer 163 beds to homeless people in need of support across the Manchester area.
Our new service will be part of a defined housing related support pathway, and access to the service will be via The Gateway only. The Gateway, is Manchester Access and Support (MAS). Our single service will provide a coordinated offer to adults in need of temporary housing and support in Manchester
Wilson Carlile House works with males aged 18 + who are homeless and experiencing a housing related crisis and need short term housing related support.
Our customer group will include adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless including;
- people leaving prison,
- people who may be sleeping rough,
- people with a range of medium to high support needs who are not currently able to maintain independent living
All customers will be assigned a support worker who will worker who will support them with their needs. Customers will meet with their support Worker on a weekly basis working with an asset based approach to develop an asset based person cantered support plan our customers to access employment support, health and wellbeing and housing. We encourage our customers to be more resilient, independent and advocate for themselves while promoting the customers’ positive relationships with the wider community and local assets. Our service works with a solution-focussed approached in a psychologically informed environment
Wilson Carlile House has 38 single rooms, with shared facilities including bathrooms, spacious Kitchen, and laundry, spacious lounge area, training room, computer room and a large well established garden.