Maryland House in Haringey opens its doors
Shine Partnerships Limited today announced the official opening of Maryland House in Haringey. This is the 12th house to be opened by Shine – the first in Haringey, and the third this year.
Maryland House provides a long-term supported home for 6 female residents suffering from mental health problems.
Shine provides high quality [CQC Registered] care homes, supported living and floating support services for forensic and/or complex needs mental health service users. Its services are in high demand because they are unique, personalised, positive, person-centred and provide excellent value. As a result, Shine has become one of the biggest providers of care in North London.
Managing director, Manoj Mahtani, said; “Mental health has become a big issue in recent years, and many care services have had a bad press. We set-up Shine Partnerships ten years ago to provide excellent care and support for our residents while offering good value to the organisations that commission our services. I am very proud that we have now opened our eleventh home, eager to get to know our new residents, and keen to work alongside the talented new staff we have brought on board to support them.”
All twelve Shine Partnership Limited homes are in North London and are designed to provide self-contained living spaces for residents requiring support with a number of complex needs.
About Shine Partnerships Limited
Shine first opened its doors in June 2009. Since then, the company has developed to offer 11 units and 3 service lines. It has become a key partner for all its stakeholders and has established a strong referral stream-based largely on word of mouth – achievements of which the whole team can be justly proud.
The Shine approach focuses on delivering excellent value through close partnership working, continuous improvement, and the effective and efficient use of resources. It retains a high-quality staff team, who provide a quality-assured outcome-focused service at a highly competitive price.
Shine also provides additional reassurance to its stakeholders by offering flexible levels of support for move on or during a crisis.