Jack Gardner House
Mental health residential home
Care home for young adults
Based in Golders Green, Jack Gardner House gives young Jewish people with mental health needs a warm and therapeutic home with strong Jewish traditions and culture.
All residents have their own bedroom with en-suite shower and toilet and share the two communal lounges on the ground floor, in addition to lounges on both the first and third floors. They are encouraged to be as independent as possible, with the help of their personal support plan, which is regularly reviewed.
Residents are supported 24 hours a day by fully trained and qualified staff. Some residents go on to live more independently in accommodation supported by housing associations and our independent living team.
We want our residents to feel safe and comfortable in our warm and friendly environment and encourage them to do as much as possible and support their friendships and family relationships. We work closely with other services to provide the best possible care to our residents.
Golders Hill Park is just a few minutes away as are the local shops of Golders Green, Brent Cross. The Jewish Learning Exchange and the Jewish Family Centre as well as the Jewish Cultural Centre are nearby.
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