All Saints

All Saints, in Nottingham, provides services for people with mental health needs between the ages of 18 and 65.

Contact us

To access support from All Saints, you will usually need to be referred to us by a mental health social worker.

How we can help 

We provide people with accommodation, and ongoing support, up to a maximum period of two years. Support is mainly on a one-to-one basis, but does include group work or activities.

We encourage everyone who lives with us to have a say in how All Saints is run, and to take part in group support sessions and meetings. We'll respect your choices and privacy. Equality and diversity are important to us, and we work hard to make sure everyone feels included.

Everyone at All Saints has their own named keyworker, and they will work with you to develop a support plan and risk assessments around your needs - we know that no two people are alike. We'll help you to maintain your health and wellbeing, develop life skills, and get the most out of life.

Our ultimate goal is for people to find and move to independent accommodation. Our support workers are trained to navigate the housing options in Nottingham City and we also provide move-on support.


All Saints is located in the leafy Arboretum area of Nottingham. Our main building has three bedsit rooms with shared facilities and we also have 21 self-contained flats in the local area.

We are well situated for lots of shops and leisure facilities. We are a short walk into the city centre but if you don’t feel like walking, the tram stop is close by too. Within a short walk are the green spaces of the Forest Recreation Ground and also The Arboretum itself.

At the project, we have an outside area with picnic benches where people enjoy chatting. We also have a new garden area to the rear that has been landscaped and is maintained by staff and service users. We like to get together for barbecues, going out to eat, film nights, games nights and cultural evenings etc.

Meet the manager

Hello, my name is Dave and I’m the manager at All Saints. I’ve spent a large part of my career at All Saints, having first started working here as a support worker in 2008. After a few years of moving around within NCHA’s mental health services, I returned as Manager in 2015.

One of the best things about All Saints is the chance we get to support people with their recovery and hopefully move-on to independence in a positive way. 

I think one of the big differences at All Saints is that everyone has a secure tenancy which can be a real step up for a lot of people. We treat people as individuals and tailor support to your needs, which helps people to feel empowered. I really enjoy seeing someone move on to their own place after staying with us.