Sheltered Scheme

Hibiscus Housing Association is a black led social landlord providing supported accommodation for those who need support. Hibiscus House is purpose built and consists of 10 self-contained flat lets, in Yew Street, Graiseley.

Each flat let is fitted with a pull cord alarm to alert Care-link. There is a warden who lives on site for that added security and support.

The House is for elderly people over the age of 55 seeking companionship and neighbourly support. This communal residency is mainly, but not exclusively, for African-Caribbean men and women, who wish to retain some independence and have the security of knowing that help is available should it be needed.

The flat lets are let unfurnished, therefore residents can move their personal belongings into Hibiscus House (space is limited), all flat lets are carpeted with self contained shower/bath.

Keeping Active

Attendance at day-centres churches, or other social establishments is positively encouraged.

Facilities Provided:

  • Laundry Room
  • Payphone
  • Communal Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchenette on each floor
  • Landscape garden
  • Live on site warden


Hibiscus House provides all the meals for its residents. Meals are based on a Caribbean cuisine. Those who have special dietary needs can be accommodated.

At Hibiscus House you are guaranteed that the staff will provide you with a friendly, respectful service. They pride themselves on good communication skills, and will ultimately go out of their way to ensure that your privacy is maintained.


We accept referrals from local authority, self referrals, community groups, family and friends.

We encourage prospective resident and family to come and view Hibiscus House. An Assessment of need for support will be completed.