accessibility & help

Support at home

Lincolnshire, Leicestershire & Rutland and Northamptonshire

We provide short-term practical and emotional support at home to help people regain their independence.

Find out more about support at home.

If you are a health and social care commissioner, please look at our information for commissioners.

Step 1. Contact Us


Unity House
22 Tollemach Road (South)
Spittlegate Level, Grantham
NG31 7UH

0345 054 7171

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    1. Support at home, Grantham

    Unity House
    22 Tollemache Road (South)
    Spittlegate Level, Grantham

    NG31 7UH

    0345 054 7171

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    GEO: 53.541506, -0.160593

    2. Support at home, Laceby

    Suite 1 DBC House
    Laceby Business Park
    Grimsby Road, Laceby

    DN37 7DP

    01472 871157

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    GEO: 52.275747, -0.867709

    3. Support at home, Northampton

    Hatton Close
    Moulton Park
    Northampton

    NN3 6SU

    0345 054 7171

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Step 2. Service Locations

  • 1. Support at home, Grantham

    Unity House
    22 Tollemache Road (South)
    Spittlegate Level, Grantham

    NG31 7UH

    0345 054 7171

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  • 2. Support at home, Laceby

    Suite 1 DBC House
    Laceby Business Park
    Grimsby Road, Laceby

    DN37 7DP

    01472 871157

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  • 3. Support at home, Northampton

    Hatton Close
    Moulton Park
    Northampton

    NN3 6SU

    0345 054 7171

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