Make each day count with recovery focused mental health support

St Martin of Tours provides residential care and supported accommodation services in London, which deliver personalised support for people with complex mental health needs to improve their health and wellbeing, maximise their independence and improve their quality of life.
 

  • Professional and personalised service working in partnership with care teams, health care providers and clinical commissioning groups
  • 24-hour staffed care and support services
  • Strong history of positive outcomes and solutions
  • Quality accommodation spread across London
  • Safety and security in a stable, therapeutic environment
  • Activities which develop living skills and improve independence
  • Co-production with the people we support
  • Excellent value for money

Find a Service

Chalkhill Road

Chalkhill Road

125-127 Chalkhill Road, Wembley HA9 9AL

  • Registered Care
  • Male Only

Wilton Villas

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Wilton Villas

4 Wilton Villas, London N1 3DN

  • Registered Care
  • Male Only

New North Road

New North Road

158-162 New North Road, London N1 7BH

  • Registered Care
  • Male & Female

Caledonian Road

caledonian-road

Caledonian Road

558 Caledonian Road, London N7 9SJ

  • Supported Living
  • Male & Female
  • Islington Only

Davenant Road

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Davenant Road

34-36 Davenant Road, London N19 3NN

  • Supported Living
  • Male & Female
  • Islington Only

Ferrini House

Ferrini-house

Ferrini House

14 Rutford Road, Streatham, London SW16 2DH

  • Supported Living
  • Male Only

Referral Process

At St Martins, we understand the complex nature of the health and social care sector. We have designed a referral process which prioritises the needs of our referring partners, ensuring that you can refer to St Martins knowing that the process will be responsive and deliver solutions.

Join the St Martins Team

Are you interested in a career that challenges you to grow? Passionate about improving the lives of others? Working with St Martins provides variety, opportunities for personal development and the ability to make a profound contribution to the lives of vulnerable adults.

Who We Support

St Martins offer supported accommodation services for adults (18+) who have complex and enduring mental health needs which relate to a mental health diagnosis and affect their ability to live without support.

St Martins range of services are currently either male only or mixed, however emphasis is placed on providing females in our mixed services with a safe environment that takes their needs into consideration.

The people we support may also have the following range of additional mental health support needs:

  • Mild learning disability or autism spectrum disorder
  • Substance misuse / dual diagnosis
  • Challenging and/ or anti-social behaviour
  • Risk of exploitation and harm
  • Lack of motivation with daily living tasks or to engage in activities
  • Physical health needs
  • Offending behaviour
  • Self-harm
  • Periods of mental health crisis
  • Support with administration of medication

People that move into our services may be:

  • Discharged from hospital mental health wards
  • ‘Stepping down’ or ‘stepping up’ from existing accommodation facilities that do not adequately fit their needs
  • Homeless due to their mental illness
  • Currently in accommodation that is not suitable to meet their mental health needs
  • An out of borough placement returning to London

Latest News & Publications

How Mental Disorder is Glamorised and Sensationalised in Modern Digital Media

Mental health is a critical aspect of our overall well-being. However, the representation of mental disorders in modern digital media often deviates from reality, leading to glamorisation and sensationalisation. This article aims to shed…
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Movember: A Movement for Men’s Mental Health

  Movember is a global campaign that aims to raise awareness for men’s health issues and promote better well-being for all men, especially with mental health and suicide prevention. Every year, during the month of November, men…
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What Black History Month Can Teach Us About Mental Health

  Black History Month, celebrated in October in the UK, is a time of celebration, recognition, and reflection. It acknowledges the significant contributions of people of African and Caribbean descent to British history and society.…










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