We aim to support individuals and communities to be independent. Independent people and independent communities have the best chance of being healthy, happy and safe.
Affordable and easy to manage homes for people over the age of 55 who want to live independently but without the responsibility of owning their own home.
We are one of the UK's leading providers of high quality supported living accommodation for people with a learning disability and/or autism, but also for those with other support needs such as acquired brain injury or enduring mental health conditions.
Progress Housing Group welcomed Reside Housing Association to the Group on 30 September 2021.
Over the coming months, we will be creating a new combined organisation and brand, called Reside with Progress, which will bring together the best from our two organisations.
Our aim is to deliver the best possible service for our existing and our future tenants and shared owners; and to be the best partner for commissioners and care providers.
In due course, we will publish more information about our new organisation and about our exciting vision for the future.
Our women's refuges are purpose built for women and children who are experiencing domestic violence or living in fear of a partner or family member.
They provide a safe and compassionate environment where lives can be rebuilt.
We also manage the domestic abuse helpline for people South Ribble and Chorley and we work with partners in the community to provide free training in domestic abuse for professionals.
Our three homelessness schemes we help people of all ages who are experiencing or facing homelessness in Central Lancashire.
Progress Lifeline is a personal, emergency alarm system that calls for help at the touch of a button. In the event of an accident or incident it connects a customer with the emergency services, doctor, family member or carer; ensuring safety and providing peace of mind.
Support and advice for adults and young people in Central Lancashire who are homeless or worried they might become homeless, as well as a range of services to help them find employment, education and training.