It provides support to 55 residents, with specific units for single women and mothers with a child aged up to 2 years old.
The accommodation consists of 4 self-contained flats and 51 rooms contained in a mixture of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bed flats with shared kitchens and bathrooms.
Phoenix residents will be allocated a Support Worker and develop a personalised support plan, enabling them to progress towards more independent living in the future. Residents usually stay for 9 months, but this might vary depending on the resident’s circumstances.
The pathway is delivered by St. Mungos in close partnership with Missing Link, Places for People, and Elim. All organisations are committed to partnership-working to ensure every resident in the pathway receives the best possible service available to them.
Those moving on from Phoenix Place to independent accommodation can also benefit from Liverty's resettlement service.