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Adult Mental Health Community Recovery Service

Supported Living Service For Adults Who No Longer Need Acute In-Patient Treatment Care But Require Re-Establishing Themselves In The Community

18 plus, Male and Female, Smethwick

Paula’s House is a CQC Regulated nurse lead service which provides care and support for adults with mental health needs who have left inpatient treatment or whose mental health has deteriorated and unable to live independently. 

Our evidence based framework is a planned pathway to increase independence, manage residents’ own mental, physical health and well being, recovery, continuing health and social care in the community, support and progression to sustain their own tenancies. Our homes are newly  decorated, well equipped and the resources are continually reviewed and expanded to maintain a high standard. Each persons’ room is thoughtfully decorated and furnished and this includes a wardrobe, chest of drawers, medi safe, bed and chair. There are two communal bathrooms and a fully equipped communal kitchen; each cupboard is fitted with a lock for personal safe-keeping of goods. There is a dining table providing a comfortable environment for that important interaction around mealtimes. There is a main lounge for relaxing and socialising and a garden area which is in full view from the separate staff office.  The layout of the home is to provide a homely environment in order to challenge institutionalisation whilst promoting supportive structures and routines, personal responsibility and a high quality of life. 

The least restrictive option to treatment

More than medical stabilisation for the earliest stages of recovery

Supported Living following on from inpatient care

Shifting the focus to mastering the skills of recovery


  • Adults aged between eighteen (18) and sixty five (65)
  • Adults who are entitled to section 117 after-care will be under what is known as the Care Programme Approach (CPA)
  • Have complex mental disorders as the primary support need, with comorbid difficulties such as but not limited to Attachment Disorder, Atypical Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorder, Depression, Schizophrenia
  • Currently residing in a time limited service for people with mental health support needs.
  • A history of long-term hospitalisation, a number of admissions to hospital or at risk of becoming institutionalised
  • Currently residing in a time limited service for people with mental health support needs.
  • Financial support needs, paying bills, shopping, budgeting, money management and accessing benefits including direct payments and personal budgets
  • Activities of daily living support needs
  • Medication support needs, promoting the safe and effective use of medicines and ensuring that suitable and high quality care is provided to residents
  • The individual is currently in a mental health hospital and is ready for discharge.
  • The individual agrees to continuing a programme of rehabilitation within a residential setting
  • Forensic history
  • The person is subject to the provisions of the CPA
  • Vulnerable to abuse, exploitation from others or self-neglect

Our Team

  • Registered Nurse Manager
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Senior Healthcare Assistants
  • Health care Assistants

What Service We Provide

  • Shopping, cooking and menu-planning and preparation 
  • Group and one to one therapy
  • Learning new skills for independence
  • Personal care, health and wellbeing 
  • Managing medication 
  • Access to education and support into work
  • Accessing social and leisure activities
  • Meeting people in the local community 
  • Cultural or religious needs 
  • Identifying and claiming benefits
  • Managing bills and money
  • Accommodation, including private furnished bedrooms,  communal kitchen and bathrooms, communal areas
  • Tailored daily activity programmes 
  • Regular social events, at the home and in the community
  • Where appropriate, support for educational and vocational learning
  • Transport for outings, visits and scheduled activities
  • Regaining lost skills