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Leicestershire Cares UP Project is happy to announce a new partnership with PCP Housing

3 Dec 2020

The UP Project is delighted to announce we are now working with PCP housing to support our growing need of participants who require accommodation. The PCP supported housing project is a registered charity and was founded in 2013. PCP have a total of 17 established houses dedicated to support those in recovery from drugs and alcohol but also offer accommodation to those who require just accommodation. Should you require any support with housing please contact Siobhan Hirrell.


Jitesh Sanghani the Supported Housing Manager says

Our supported accommodation accommodates between 5 and 7 residents at any one time on average. Each house is tastefully decorated, spacious and each person has their own bedroom with shared living room and kitchen space. The houses are fully furnished to a good standard. Most houses have more than one bathroom. Our goal is to create a home from home environment that offers freedom and comfort combined with support so that our residents feel safe and supported whilst they continue to work on their recovery and make progress in all other areas of their lives.

Abstinence from Alcohol and all Substances is a key criteria for all clients within our project and we operate a strict T-Total policy.

We do what we do because we have a passion for it and it is a new beginning for all our clients to re-build their lives, progress forward and be happy. We at PCP are delighted to be partnering up with Leicestershire Cares UP-Project and look forward to supporting positive outcomes for there participants in regard to housing.