Penrose provide residential services for those who would benefit from more intense support to regain control, recover or rehabilitate. While everyone is unique, we group our residential services under three broad headings:

Mental Health Recovery

For many people, the concept of recovery is about staying in control of their life despite experiencing a mental health problem. Professionals in the mental health sector often refer to the ‘recovery model’ to describe this way of thinking. Putting recovery into action means focusing care on supporting recovery and building the resilience of people with mental health problems, not just on treating or managing their symptoms. Read More


Offenders who access our supported housing services are referred via Probation or the Local Authority within the locality. Client profiles include those managed under MAPPA; IOM clients and those exiting the sex-trade. Penrose will work with clients who have been given a custodial sentence or a community order. Read More

Personality Disorder

The service is for adults with support needs arising from acting on their sexual impulses, criminal or violent behaviour all linked to their personality disorder which risks harm or damage to themselves or others. Read More