New North Road is a well-established care home in Islington for adult men with complex mental health needs. Our highly trained staff team benefit from clinical supervision with a psychologist and an occupational therapist. We accept referrals from all agencies.
Staff are available to support residents 24/7 and benefit from professional clinical supervision. Residents are allocated a keyworker who meets with them weekly to discuss their care plan, objectives and general wellbeing and who works in partnership with professionals involved in their statutory services.
New North Road also incorporates four places within 'Wilton Square' - a preparation for move-on house - which is commissioned by the London Borough of Islington. While places at New North Road are available to all referring agencies, move on to Wilton Square is only available to residents who are funded by the London Borough of Islington.
You can make a referral here.
At New North Road, residents have access to a regular weekly program of activities which includes cooking, nutrition, arts classes, improving English and maths competency, exercise and social events. Staff also encourage residents to attend external training, employment and educational opportunities.
Read more about the activities and classes available.
Click here to download the New North Road brochure.
Please contact Paul Holden, St Martins’ Operations Manager, paulh[@]stmartinoftours.org.uk if you would like to book a visit to New North Road.
Anyone who lives in one of St Martins homes will need to sign a licence agreement. This lays out the rules and regulations of living there. If you live at New North Road, or you are considering doing so, and you want help understanding any aspect of the licence agreement, please ask St Martins’ staff or your keyworker.
"St Martin of Tours has a good history of providing accommodation and support to individuals with mental health needs.
The care approach taken at New North Road actively encourages its residents to become involved in activities, engage with community resources, and acquire new skills. The service works with residents with complex needs, yet is able to help them stay well.
The service at New North Road has also been very successful working with residents to prepare them for independent living. They have succeeded in appropriately moving residents on into more independent accommodation."