Autism, Mental Health & Learning Disabilities service provider, ‘promoting independence in the community’

Cheam House offers commissioners, stakeholders, service users and their carers an opportunity to access a specialist supported living service in the heart of the community.

Community Crisis Care is underpinned by the following key aims;

  • Promoting increased connectivity with home area treatment teams, and service user’s carers by having good transport links and being centrally located
  • Promoting reduced lengths of stay and offering independence at the earliest opportunity by operating in the heart of communities and enabling on-going pathways
  • Providing specialist services that meet the needs of the community

Community Crisis Care acknowledges;

  • Inpatient stays should be for the shortest amount of time possible
  • Inpatient stays form part of the overall pathway for an individual in crisis
  • Inpatient stays should be integrated into the community ensuring high levels of local support and maintaining as much independence as possible
  • Due to the specialist nature of our service we may need to meet the needs of service users from out-of-area

‘We are passionate about meeting the needs of Autistic people’

Reduced Lengths of Stay

Delivered by Clinical Professionals

Comprehensive diagnostic assessment

About Cheam House

Cheam House is a specialist supported living service based in the heart of Cheam in Sutton and can support up to 9 adult males who require care and support to develop their independent living skills. The service aims to support individuals that are ready to leave hospital settings which may include, low secure, open rehabilitation and acute services.

Make a referral

Should you wish to make a referral or would like further information please contact our referral line on 0208 3955 879 or 0203 9411 491 email