Mortimer House, Exeter
Housing Plus at Mortimer House offers accommodation with housing workers on site during office hours for people who have identified support needs. We are currently able to provide housing for up to 2 years to allow people time to prepare to move on to independent accommodation.
How we work
We aim to meet with you regularly after you have moved in and check that you have settled in well. We aim to support you to meet your goals while staying with us. We have an open office if you need to come to us with any queries you have about anything to do with managing your tenancy such as welfare benefits, rent, move-on and maintenance. We may also attend reviews with your
external support workers if necessary or refer you to other services if you need more support than we can offer.
Our Housing Plus service in Exeter offers support in a shared environment from our experienced housing plus support team, who will support you to:
- Manage your finances, benefits and bills
- Access a range of services and agencies
- Link with employment, training, voluntary work or other meaningful occupation
- Set up and look after your home
- Maintain your tenancy and prevent the loss of your home
- Find and move on to more independent accommodation
- Keep yourself safe and secure
- Maintain good neighbourly relations
- Access social / cultural activities
And most important of all... Live a full and active life in the local community.
Get in touch
To access a place at Mortimer House you should contact your GP or social worker to make a referral.
Send us a message using the Contact Us web form below and remember to include your own details and your question please.
Make sure you state that it is for Mortimer House Housing Plus Project. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.
Telephone: 01392 259992
Mortimer House, Grendon Road, Exeter EX1 2NL
The service at Mortimer House aims to offer a safe and stable environment.
Housing worker staff can offer people guidance on how to successfully manage their tenancies.
Housing workers can signpost you to other agencies and services to ensure that you are able to meet any other needs you may have.