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Supporting Recovery
in the South East & Midlands
08000 380 480
info@pcphousing.org.uk
PCP Housing (Head Office)
17-21 Hastings Street, Luton,
Bedfordshire,
LU1 5BE.

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FAQ

What type of accommodation does PCP Housing provide?

A single room in a shared house with communal kitchen & living area.

How is PCP Housing funded

PCP Housing is funded through housing benefit payments. It is likely that you will need to have an active claim for JSA, ESA or similar state benefits in order to qualify.

Am I responsible for Utilities, Council Tax, TV Licence?

No these are included in the housing benefit claim.

What furniture is provided?

PCP Housing will provide all essential furniture, white goods and TV etc in the communal area.

Am I allowed visitors?

Yes - however to maintain a safe living environment overnight stay is not permitted.

What happens if I drink alcohol or use drugs?

You will immediately be asked to leave.

How long can I stay for?

There is no limit to the amount of time you can stay. However, our goal is to help you move towards fully independent living.

About Us

PCP Supported housing project is a registered charity that was founded in 2013. PCP have a total of 17 established houses dedicated to support those in recovery from alcohol and drugs with an availability of 80 beds.

Our supported housing projects offer therapeutic communities within Luton - London, Chelmsford - Essex and Leicester - Midlands.

As an established charity PCP Housing can provide accommodation for individuals in recovery from drugs and alcohol through housing benefit or universal credit. Private funded residents can also be accommodated. Each application is considered very carefully on its own merits. We aim to help as many people as possible to lead clean and sober lives in the community.

PCP third stage supported house

Our Mission

The PCP Housing project was set up as a charity by Perry Clayman, Director and founder of the Perry Clayman Project and Rehab Today, along with the assistance of Chris Aiken who is responsible for overseeing the day to day management of PCP’s supported houses.

Perry has been helping addicts and alcoholics to successfully recover from addiction since 2005, when the very first Perry Clayman Project rehab was opened in Luton - London.

Perry Clayman photo

Helping so many addicts and alcoholics through our rehabs brought to light the lack of support available once they leave our rehabs. Some of our patients come to us homeless and without a stable or safe environment to return to. Ultimately these clients really struggled to maintain their recovery - Everyone needs a home; its a basic human need.

Addiction is an illness and in order to thrive following a detoxification and rehabilitation programme the next logical step is to help the individual to adapt to life clean and sober.

We see our supported housing project as that next step. It offers a safe and supportive environment that is recovery focused and enables the individual the time and space they need whilst they adjust to life on life’s terms.

I believe that with the correct care and treatment, ANYONE can recover from drug and alcohol addiction and go on to recreate their own life and form healthy relationships, firstly with themselves and then with others

Perry Clayman - Founder and director of PCP rehabs and PCP Supported Housing.