Willow Tree House is project consisting of 16 self contained one bedroom flats and a staff office. The projects aim is to motivate, enable and support people with a primary diagnosis of mental health problems to achieve greater levels of independence. In addition it is the projects objective to support those who live there towards recovery and enable their social inclusion. The service is a partnership between Together for Mental Wellbeing, Bromford Corinthia Housing Association and the Avon and Wiltshire NHS Mental Health Partnership.
Willow Tree House is centrally located in the popular new development of Angel Ridge, a short bus journey from both the Old Town and the Town Centre.
Willow Tree House provides a service for both females and males aged between 18-65.
There are 16 flats at Willow Tree House.
There is no fixed length of stay, though part of working with tenants to live as independently as possible may involve looking at more independent accommodation where appropriate.
The staff team consists of a Project Manager, four Senior Social Care Workers and two Social Care Workers
Staff are available to support you with:
Each flat consist of a bedroom, bathroom and a kitchen/lounge/diner. All white goods are included and each flat is fully furnished.
There is one communal room that is used typically for meeting and social activities.
Each flat has a fully fitted kitchen (including a washing machine) Staff are available to help tenants cook.