About us


The right to dignity involves recognising the intrinsic value of people as individuals and the specific nature of each person's needs.


An individual's right to privacy involves being free from intrusion or unwelcome attention


Means having opportunities to think, plan, act and take sensibly calculated risks without continual reference to others.

About us

Zillah Healthcare Supported Living Ltd provides supported living services to adults 18-65years, with mental health, physical disability, and people with learning difficulties or autistic disorder. We accept referrals from Liverpool (we give them first preference) and we accept nationwide referrals from all local authorities whose people have links from northwest of England and anywhere else in the United Kingdom.

Supported Living

This service operates 24 hours a day, 365 days per year, and the amount of support provided to each person depends on the level of assessed need.

Philosophy of Support

Maintain the dignity, individuality, and privacy of all service users

Why They Choose Us

Commitment to quality

In each of supported living service we aim to deliver first-class quality care. Continuous improvement is at the heart of everything we do to ensure the service we provide is the very best that it can be.


There are a number of properties, which are intended to provide environments where service users are able to experience independent living in the community.

Social & Leisure Interests

We ensure that service users are supported in having access to their chosen social, leisure and recreational opportunities both at home and in the outside community.

Independent Living

Empower our service users to choose their support, involve them in the decision-making process of how the service is delivered, including all daily routines within their home.

Experienced Support Workers

We only recruit high caliber applicants and provide them with continuous support, training and upskilling.

Some Of Our Services

We  provides supported living services to adults 18-65 years, with mental health, and physical disability. 

Respite care

Respite care provides temporary care services for emergencies when feeling unwell, recovering or after hospital discharge.

Adult Learning Disability​

We provide tailored care and specialist support for people with mild, moderate and more severe learning disabilities.

Community Support​

We have several places around UK where adults (our service users) with learning disabilities can go to get involved in activities, make friends and have fun.
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