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Midworth Street - NCHA

The Midworth Street project provides 24 hour supported living accommodation for adults aged 18+ years who are either vulnerable or who have a Mental Health diagnosis and who want to build their independence. This is a short term placement of up to 2 years. Support will be given to move on.                

Description of service and support

Midworth Street is a terrace consisting of 3 shared houses providing a total of 13 individual rooms each having access to either a shared bathroom or shower. Each property has access to a shared kitchen including laundry facilities and access to a communal living room between the hours of 7:00 am and 10:00 pm. The accommodation is fully furnished with communal gardens to the rear of the properties and is maintained to a highest standard. Staff sleep-in facilities and office are both based in the central property.  There are 2 members of staff on duty at all times.  No pets are allowed.
There is easy access to local community facilities including GPs, dentists, opticians, library, citizen’s advice, colleges, Clumber Park and Kingsmill Hospital. The town centre is 2 minute walk away with a number of supermarkets and a range of social activities close by including bowling, swimming, cinema, pub and bingo.

Generally the next steps for tenants would be to move to general needs accommodation with either the local authority, private landlord or housing association with or with floating support.

Midworth Street aims to provide tenants with the skills, information and opportunities they need to take the steps to independence. Support is given with occupancy sustainment, health and wellbeing, relationships, developing independent living skills, managing finances, access to education and gaining employment.

Capacity and facilities

No of places 13
No of baths / head 3 communal bathrooms
No of showers / head  4 rooms ensuite plus 3 communal bathrooms
No of toilets / head  4 rooms ensuite plus 3 communal bathrooms
Own cooking facilities  Shared
Meals provided  No
24 hour staff cover  Yes
Computer / internet access  No
TV (communal)  Yes
TV (own room)  No
Own room furnished  Yes
Laundry on site  Yes
Communal area  Yes
Garden  Yes

House rules

Can you smoke in own room?  Allowed in own room, no smoking in communal areas.
What are the restrictions on guests visiting during the day?  None
What are the restrictions on overnight guests?  None
What support must clients engage with? An individual support package is developed with the emphasis on supporting clients to develop their life skills, manage their own tenancy and move on to more independent living.
Please detail any other significant house rules: Respect the property and  neighbours

Tenure and costs

What is the minimum stay?  1 day
What is the maximum stay?  2 years
What are the tenure options?  Rent = £196.08 per week – licence agreement
What is the cost per week to the client?  Support = £307.14 per week


Minimum age accommodated?

Maximum age accommodated?

Genders accommodated?

 Male and Female
Relationship status accommodated?

 Single only, no dependents
Are there any access restrictions and if so what?  Seven steps to each of the front doors and steps to the raised gardens and smoking area.


8 – 12 Midworth Street
C/o 10 Midworth Street

NG18 1AT

Public Transport:
New Mansfield bus station, Train station and taxi rank all 5 minute walk away in Mansfield town centre.

Contact Data:

Telephone: 01623 642 695
Fax: 0115 841 2616
Email: midworthstreet@ncha.org.uk
Web address: http://www.personalisedsupport.co.uk

Vulnerable adults and adults with a Mental Health diagnosis throughout Ashfield and Mansfield who are aged 18 years and over. Applicants would normally already be known to either the Ashfield or Mansfield Community Mental Health team or the Community Learning Disability Team.
Referrals can be made via Mansfield / Ashfield CLDT and CMHT. A NCHA application form will need to be completed and returned to the project. A needs and risk assessment will be conducted prior to issue of Licence agreement.
Located in: Supported