Supported Living Services (SLS)



Contact Information

Opening times:

24 hours a day, 365 days a year


01792 816600

About the Project

The purpose of the Supported Living Service is to provide a community-based, person-centred supported living to service users who have a Learning Disability and/or Physical Sensory Disability, and service users who experience and endure mental health illnesses who may have additional disabilities and physical conditions, providing support to enable them to maximise their independence.

The service provides support with:

  • Personal care
  • Mobility – moving and transferring as needed
  • Daily living activities and other practical tasks, such as laundry, and essential domestic tasks around the home
  • Support with house management tasks (which may take place outside of the home), such as budgeting, collecting dispensed prescriptions from a pharmacy, payment of bills and shopping
  • Hydration and nutrition – including meal preparation
  • Maintaining relationships with family & friends and overcoming social isolation in their accommodation
  • Attending essential health appointments and receiving services necessary to maintain their accommodation

Individuals are encouraged to develop the confidence and skills to carry out these activities and tasks for themselves.

This service is registered with the Care Inspectorate Wales.

Eligibility / Referral Process

Individuals (adults) must meet the Pembrokeshire County Council’s eligibility criteria to access this service.

Referrals are received from the Local Authority’s Brokerage Team, based on an assessment need in a Care and Support Plan and/or Care and Treatment Plan.