Argyll House

Argyll House is a reintegration unit, registered as a Care Home, for people who need a a high level of support to enable them to move into independent living. We work with anyone who has experienced mental health problems and are aged between 18 – 65 yrs.

 

Our accomodation is made up of 8 individually designed studion flats, all with fitted kitchens and their own bathroom, along with 4 en-suite rooms for thos not yet ready to try self catering

We have a highly trained staff team led by an RMN manager, and with other RMN`s available at all times.

Along with the accommodation, which helps people learn how to be independent we provide a comprehensive Reintegration Programme, and help each resident to create their own individual programme. Our Social Inclusion Programmes provide a range of opportunities, which include Adult Education, voluntary work and leisure activities, and are fully integrated in the local community.

Location

Argyll House is on the outskirts of Cromer. It is a short walk to the nearest shop, with Morrison’s Supermarket approximately 10 minute walk away. The train station which links Cromer to Norwich and Sheringham is also a 10 minute walk.

Cromer has been a seaside fishing town since 1800, and has sandy beaches and a pier. There is a theatre on the pier, which plays host to the only “end of the pier show” left in Britain.

The town is a regional centre with the usual range of shops, bars, cafes, restaurants and a cinema. It also has the tallest church tower in Norfolk at 160ft.

Cromer's coast has a unique appeal, being described as a haven of peace and tranquillity, with big skies, great skyscapes and magnificent sunsets. It is a great area for walking using the North Norfolk Coastal Footpath.