Sheltered Housing



Welcome to Sheltered Housing at the Manchester Jewish Housing Association

What is Sheltered Housing?
Sheltered Housing is designed to support individuals seeking assistance to live more independently. Whether it’s navigating the challenges of aging, facing homelessness, or residing in accommodation that is no longer suitable, we welcome applications from those in need.

Who is the service for?
Our service caters to single adults or couples aged 55 and above, primarily focusing on individuals of the Jewish faith, culture, and ethnicity.

How does it help?
Our service, facilitated by dedicated Scheme Managers, provides not just accommodation but also guidance in crucial areas such as setting up and maintaining a home, claiming benefits, and honing domestic skills. For more vulnerable individuals, we offer tailored assistance to help them maintain their tenancies. For those transitioning from hospital stays, our support ensures a smooth move towards independent living.

Our Properties:

Laurel Court
Located in Crumpsall, Laurel Court, built in 1990, offers eight one-bedroom flats over two floors. Equipped with an alarm call system, tenants have direct two-way speech contact in emergencies.

Gan Eden
Established in 1978, Gan Eden features 58 self-contained flats in a sheltered housing scheme. Enjoy various communal facilities such as lounges, self-service laundries, a library, and well-maintained gardens. Guest rooms for visiting family members are also available upon request.

Special Needs
In collaboration with Outreach Community and Residential Services, we address special needs through the management of shared housing projects catering to adults with learning disabilities.

Housing Application:
Download Application Form

For further information on our sheltered accommodation, properties, or availability, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to assist you on this important housing journey. Contact us for more details!