How To Refer To Us


Care Homes & Floating Support Services

In order to refer someone to one of our care homes or to our floating support service you will need to supply the following documentation.

  1. Your clients’ latest CPA plan.
  2. An up-to-date risk chronology and risk formulations.
  3. A discharge summary and/or tribunal report.
  4. A report that provides further background information about each person’s history, vulnerability and level of functioning.

Who to contact

Please send this documentation to and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Once a referral has been received we will endeavour to carry out an assessment within a short time frame. When someone is being considered for one of our residential homes we like to be involved in agreeing any conditions of discharge that are being considered and we will usually recommend that potential residents first visit the home and that they then undertake a staged transition process to that home if they agree to move in.



If you wish to fax sensitive information about a service user, please call us on 020 7704 3820 to let us know you are sending us confidential details for a referral. Please also clearly mark any faxed documents ‘CONFIDENTIAL’ and for the attention of ‘St Martins’ referral team.’ Our fax number is 020 7704 3832.

Supported Housing Projects

To refer to one of our supported housing projects you will need to approach the local authority commissioner responsible for the allocation of referrals to the respective St Martin of Tours project.

Assessment Service

Please contact Paul Holden – paulh[at] to discuss making an assessment.


Who is eligible?

We accept people with a primary diagnosis of severe and enduring mental illness, or an offending history, who may have complex needs such as personality disorder and who may have been treated in a secure psychiatric hospital and  have challenging behaviours.

People are referred to us by CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Groups), their local NHS Trust, or the Local Authority. In principle we accept all referrals that meet the criteria that we have developed in order to run our services to the maximum benefit of those who use them. However we maintain the right to:

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Who to contact

Please send referral documentation to or call 020 7704 3820.