Mental health

Feeling safe and secure in your own home is something that we often take for granted – it’s one of the most important aspects of maintaining not only our physical, but mental health.

That’s why our work with customers who are living with a mental health condition is so important. We work alongside customers to put together a long-term support plan which provides them with the safety and security of their own home and allows them to retain their independence.

Our main aim is to support customers throughout their recovery and enable them to reach their potential.

Take a look at our range of mental health focused services below where you’ll find information on what they do, who they are for and how you can reach them.

Take a look at the support on offer from the Barnsley Dementia Support ServiceBarnsley Dementia Support Service

Caring for someone with Dementia can be really difficult. The Barnsley Dementia Support Service is run by volunteers who all have experience of caring for someone living with Dementia. Drawing on their expert experience they work with people living with, or caring for someone with Dementia in the Barnsley area.

The service is based around five types of support that cover all different aspects of living with dementia and we’ll work with you on a one-to-one basis or in groups if you’d prefer. Take a look at the support on offer from the Barnsley Dementia Support Service by looking at our factsheet or by visiting our dedicated page.

Beaufort Project  Take a look inside Beaufort Road

Based in Sheffield, our Beaufort Project provides accommodation for up to 18 adults with long-term mental health needs who need a high level of support. Our staff work closely with customers to develop essential life skills, manage their mental health, build confidence and gain the skills to be able move into their own accommodation.

Our customers regularly take part in off-site activities and have built up strong links with Sheffield United Football Club who run regular training sessions for customers. You can find out more about the Beaufort Project by taking a look at our factsheet.

Take a look inside Browning CourtBrowning Court

Browning Court, is based in the Herringthorpe Valley in Rotherham and is a project for adults with long term mental health needs. We have ten fully furnished, single-person flats which are ideally placed near to local shops and services. We also have another 16 flats throughout the borough.

Our on-site team of expert Key Workers work with customers to develop individually tailored support plans that focus on specific needs like physical health, finances and social life which might be impacting on their mental wellbeing. If you’d like to find out more about Browning Court take a look at our factsheet.

Burns CourtTake a look inside Burns Court

Burns Court in based in Maltby and offers accommodation based support for adults who have a combination of long-term mental health and other issues, such as substance misuse. Each of the self-contained flats at Burns Court are fully furnish and come with all the everyday essentials our customers need to get on their feet when they move in.

Our staff focus on creating personalised support packages for each customer to enable them to live as independently as possible. Customers can get involved in range of activities during their stay at Burns Court, including our EatWell healthy cooking sessions, exercise groups and various hobby activities. We’ve put together a handy factsheet that will tell you everything you need to know about the project.

Take a look inside Connect 3Connect 3

Connect 3 is one of our newest LiveWell services. Launched in 2015, Connect 3 provides a housing focused mental health service for people living in Sheffield. As the name of the service hints there are three different parts to the service; short-term accommodation with specialist support, a ‘transitional landlord’ service where we work with customers to manage their tenancy, and finally our floating support where we visit customers in their homes.

We know that there is no one size fits all approach to mental health – especially with housing. That’s why we’re working alongside our friends at Sheffield Mind to provide support that matches the individual needs of our customers. Whether it’s a temporary place to live, some advice on a tenancy or that extra bit of support planning how to pay rent Connect 3 can help. You can find out more about Connect 3 by taking a look at our factsheet.

Take a look inside the Lister ProjectLister Project

The Lister Project is a warm and inviting home for customers with enduring mental needs based in Sheffield. Our customers enjoy the independence, security and privacy of their own home with all the support they need during their recovery.

During Summer our customers regularly make use of the beautiful communal gardens at the Lister Project with the Summer house being a popular place to relax. You’ll also find that music is an important aspect of life at Lister. To find out more why not take a look at our factsheet that summarises our project – you’ll also find our contact details and referral criteria on there too.

In our most recent Care Quality Commission inspection in August 2017, the Lister Project was rated as ‘Good’ in every aspect the examine, as well as being rated ‘Very Good’ on food hygiene.

Mental health - Take NoticeTake Notice

Take Notice is a flexible mental health service which works with people living in Sheffield who received a personal budget.

As a provider of support on the Sheffield Mental Health Recovery Framework, we work with customers to co-design a support package that delivers what they need, when they need it.

To find out more about Take Notice why not give us a call on 0114 2900 200, email or take a look at our handy factsheet.

Want to know more?

If you’d like some more information on any of the mental health services we provide in South Yorkshire give us a call on 0114 2900 250 or email us at and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.