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About Us

Prosperity Housing Group

Prosperity Housing Group offers a 24-hour least restrictive option to treatment, a residential step up/step down service for people who are experiencing mental health issues and for those who are on the level 1 or level 2 autistic spectrum with mental health needs and or comorbidities, where the individual does not require an inpatient provision. We support men and women age 18 – 65 year olds who can reside with us for up to 2 years. Our evidence based framework is a planned pathway to –

  • Increased independence for adults with mental health needs
  • Increase independence for for adults with autism and dual diagnosis
  • Individualised treatment and support for adults with autism
  • Education of patients to manage their condition 
  • Early assessment and intervention for chronic mental health conditions 
  • Improve the quality of assessment and initial diagnosis to reduce the risk of deterioration 
  • Managed mental health
  • Increase physical health and well being
  • Recovery focused
  • Facilitate the transfer of a resident from hospital
  • Reduction in lengthy hospital stays
  • Prevention of readmission to inpatient care
  • Education of patients to manage their condition 
  • Early assessment and intervention for mental health conditions 
  • Education of patients to manage their condition 
  • Early assessment and intervention for chronic mental health conditions
  • Improve the quality of assessment and initial diagnosis to reduce the risk of deterioration 
  • Improve the quality of assessment and initial diagnosis to reduce the risk of deterioration
  • Continuing health and social care in the community
  • More choice and control and independence therefore living more fulfilled lives 

Prosperity Housing Group prides itself on being diverse and accepts all women who have mental health conditions from various religious, cultural, ethnic and sexual orientation backgrounds.

The Prosperity Housing Group care professionals work alongside the resident to identify and eliminate barriers that result in extended stays in hospital, with the aim of preventing admission/readmission into inpatient treatment. 

We promote integrated discharge planning which involves collaboration with hospital services, GPs, public health nurses and other professionals to adopt a client centred approach to discharge and a smooth transition into our residential care. This also assists with a reduction in lengthy hospital stays and a prevention of readmission as service users do not remain in inpatient care longer than necessary.

The adults that we support are those that have a history of autism and mental health issues and possible hospital admissions. We provide a comprehensive range of mental health services and help adults to progress along a planned pathway to a more independent lifestyle.

Our Team

Petra Foster CEO Prosperity Housing Group
Petra Foster CEO Prosperity Housing Group

Prosperity Housing Group CIC Was Founded By Petra Foster BA (Hons)

Petra managed a Supported Housing Scheme for teenage parents and is passionate about providing a sensitive environment that enables young people to address issues pertinent to their specific needs to live a full, independent and prosperous life.

Any organisation is only as good as the people behind it. Each member of our team brings an unrivalled depth and breadth of experience to their role, gained from a lifetime dedicated to working in high-quality residential and therapeutic care, united by their strong commitment to Prosperity Housing Group’s vision and values. Our team have the passion, knowledge and experience to inspire our residents’ lives for the better. With such a wealth of skills, imagine what we could do for you or your loved one in the future.

Jessica Campbell Director Of Prosperity Housing Group CIC
Jessica Campbell Director Of Prosperity Housing Group CIC

Jessica Campbell Managing Director

I have always had an incredible interest in Psychology graduating with a BSc in Psychology with Criminology and then going on to complete my MSc in Forensic Psychology. 

My passion for mental health flourished when I had my own personal struggles and contact with services many years ago due to anxiety and depression. From there I decided I really wanted to help and support people who suffered with mental health as I had first hand experience of how damaging, isolating and scary suffering with mental health could be. 

From there I worked as a Healthcare Assistant and then went onto become an Assistant Psychologist in a Private Hospital supporting inpatients with various mental health issues such as Eating Disorders, addictions, personality disorders, self harming behaviour, suicidal ideation and also adolescents with various mental health issues. 

I also spent time doing live in care supporting the elderly with issues such as dementia and young people with physical health issues such as cerebral palsy. 

I remain dedicated to providing the highest level of support for vulnerable young people in the community in order for every young person who works with PHG to flourish and reach their full potential, despite their challenging circumstances.