01543 495662    info@maranathasl.co.uk

Independent living in Staffordshire

Our supported accommodation and independent living services are for everyone who needs them. 

We work alongside social services and other professionals tailored to the people we support to ensure people have the support they need, to enable them achieve independent living. Maranatha Supported living promotes the people we support to integrate into the community and find the support that suits the individual. 

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Our dedicated trained staff

Maranatha Supported Living strives to deliver optimum service through hard work, honesty and integrity. We strive to recruit the best staff in order to have the best reputation, support workers of an excellent calibre and are passionate about their role. We endeavour to foster hope by ensuring that the service user's needs are met with empathy and compassion.

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Supporting independent living in Staffordshire 


All service users are treated equally and are protected against any form of discrimination. The people that we support are encouraged to make their own decisions so that they can have control over their own lives and we will continually support their independence.


Community Support


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Asylum seekers


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Young adults and care leavers - 18+

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Post rehab, prison or mental health hospitals

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Mental health challenges


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Dementia care

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 Mild learning difficulties


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Helping the people we support exercise their rights

We place the rights of service users at the forefront of our philosophy of care. It is accepted practice for individuals to express and exercise their rights. Some of the rights that we want the service users to express and exercise are:


We endeavour to preserve respect for our service users' intrinsic value in the following ways:

  • Understanding the service user's needs and treating them with respect, valuing each person as an individual.
  • Supporting service users to present themselves to others as they wish through their own clothing, personal appearance and behaviour in public.
  • Tackling the stigma from which our service users may suffer through age, disability, religion, race, gender, and culture or health status.
  • Addressing individuals by their preferred title or name.


We strive to retain as much privacy as possible for our service users in the following ways:

  • Giving support to personal situations as discreetly as possible.
  • Guaranteeing service users privacy when using the telephone, opening and reading post and communicating with friends, relatives or advisors.
  • Ensuring confidentiality of information, the agency holds about service users. Response is signed up to the Information Sharing Protocol.
  • Ensuring service users have the right to be left alone and undisturbed whenever they wish, and where possible to manage their own affairs.





We help our service users achieve independent living in Staffordshire by encouraging them to maintain as much independence and individuality as possible. This can be done in the following ways:

  • Providing as tactfully as possible, human or technical assistance when it is needed.
  • Maximising the abilities our service users retain for self-care, for independent interaction with others, and for carrying out the tasks of daily living unaided.
  • Supporting service users take reasonable and fully thought out risks. Assisting service users to take measured risks, to make their own decisions, and think and act for themselves, where capacity allows.
  • Promoting opportunities for service users to establish and retain contacts beyond their home.
  • Encouraging service users to have access to and contribute to the records of their own support. All service users receive a copy of their support plan.




We aim to support anyone using our services for independent living in Staffordshire to exercise the opportunity to select, from a range of options in all aspects of their lives, in the following ways:

  • By encouraging service users to exercise choice in their selection of organisations and individuals who support them.
  • To manage our service so far as possible to service user's preferences as regards to the staff that support them.
  • Avoiding wherever possible treating service users as a homogeneous group.
  • Ensuring service users get the right support which enables them to make choices and express preferences.


Individuality and identity

Making sure that people's differing expectations and preferences as to lifestyle are respected.

Civil Rights

We aim to help our service users to continue to enjoy their rights in the following ways:

  • Provide easy access for our service users and their friends and relatives to complain about or give feedback on our services.
  • Encourage our service users to make full use of all services present in their local area.
  • Ensuring all basic human rights are respected and protecting our service users against discrimination.
  • Be regarded as an individual and given our special attention.
  • Be supported by people who are capable of understanding their needs and are competent to meet those needs.
  • Be treated equally, and no less favourably than others.
  • Receive respect and understanding regarding their cultural, religious and spiritual beliefs.
  • Receive prompt attention in relation to all of their day to day needs.
  • Be safe, feel loved and always know that “someone cares”.
  • Be informed about all important decisions that affect them, and to have a say.
  • Be afforded privacy for themselves and their belongings.




We want to support service users to realise personal aspirations and abilities in all aspects of their lives. We seek to assist this in the following ways:

  • Informing ourselves as fully as each service user wishes, about their individual histories and characteristics.
  • Responding appropriately to the personal, intellectual, artistic and spiritual values and practices of every service user.
  • Respecting the service user's religious, ethnic and cultural diversity.
  • Attempting always to listen and attend promptly to any service user's desire to communicate at whatever level.
  • Enabling service users, where possible, to realise their own aims and helping them to achieve their own goals in all aspects of daily living and thereby offering hope.


Working together with service users and their families. Working as partners other multidisciplinary employs an experienced staff team with a range of experience of working with people suffering from a variety of problems, to ensure the needs of our service users are met in a therapeutic manner. All of the team share a common special interest in supporting our service users achieve independent living in Staffordshire and surrounding areas.







Get in touch

 : 01543 495662 

: 07916 262918 

: info@maranathasl.co.uk

Hours of Service

  • Monday – Friday– 9am to 5pm
    6pm to 08am - On Call for Emergencies Calls Only
  • Saturday– On Call for Emergencies Calls Only
  • Sunday– On Call for Emergencies Calls Only


Contact us

If you need the help of our care and support team, or need to arrange supported accommodation in Walsall, Staffordshire and the surrounding areas, 
Call us today on 01543 495 662. 

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