The Maples Community is a group of organisations working together to provide specialist rehabilitation, recovery and accommodation services in the southwest.
We specialise in providing community based solutions to people with complex unmet needs that are transitioning out of psychiatric hospital, or are at risk of readmission.
We have divisions dedicated to working with people who have been diagnosed with complex post-traumatic stress disorder, learning difficulties, enduring acute mental health disorders or have forensic histories.
We assess each individuals needs to provide a bespoke package of support and accommodation that caters specifically to them. We take great care to place individuals within an environment suitable to their development.
Our accommodation ranges from single occupancy independent units, to specialist multiple occupancy houses with onsite staffing.
Our objective with all clients is to promote and maximise independence, health, wellness and social recovery through the utilisation of bespoke support planning, innovative support delivery and nationally recognised risk management.
This division specialises in meeting the needs of individuals with enduring and treatment resistant Schizophrenia and other mental disorders who want to maintain and increase their levels of independence and social recovery.
This division specialises in meeting the needs of individuals with a forensic or high risk history that are committed to developing skills and maximising their independence within a community setting in a safe and effective way.
This division specialises in meeting the needs of individuals diagnosed with a learning difficulty or who would benefit from a structured supportive environment suited to developing their social and daily living skills with the objective of maximising their independence.
This division specialises in meeting the needs of individuals living with complex post traumatic stress disorder and/or personality disorder. The main focus is on the self management of risk and the maximisation of personal independence.
This division specialises in promoting social recovery and wellbeing through the provision of innovative groups, and 1-2-1 sessions on things like managing symptoms, addictive behaviour, building structure and routine, swimming, personal training, mindfulness and relaxation, and collaborative painting. These sessions are conducted both in the community and within the Maples Activity and Resource Centre (M.A.R.C.)
This division specialises in providing safe and appropriate accommodation and accommodation pathways to the individuals placed within our service.
They ensure the environments are maintained to a high standard, and the tenants are in receipt of the appropriate benefits and funding
The Maples Community began as a small family run business. Their ambition was to create a service where they could work alongside the people they cared about and who shared their vision of enabling others to reach their potential. Over the past 25 years we have worked hard to maintain the ethos of getting to know and caring about each and every one of our employees as if they were a part of that family.
We recognise that people are individuals with a unique perspective and experience of the world around them. These personal experiences make up a large part of our unique ability to connect to one and other. That's why at The Maples Community, our employees aren't simply Support Workers or Housing Officers or any other role, they're musicians, footballers, artists, chefs. We encourage our staff to bring these abilities and interests to work to inspire, connect and enrich the interactions they have with each other and the people we support.
We are extremely fortunate to have an incredibly innovative, creative and compassionate team working within the Maples Community, who are willing and able to go above and beyond to support and those around them to reach their full potential.
If you are interested in becoming part of our team, please click the link below to find out a bit more about what it's like to work with us and for details on our current vacancies.
"Staff at the maples have been open to my needs and have addressed how to work best with me regarding my diagnosis.
I feel more trusting and hopeful to
a bright future."
"I really like Maples because the staff is friendly, they look well after me, and help me going to different places".
"I had a transition period, without pressure, which made me feel confident that I was making a positive life changing decision to be part of the maples.
Since joining the maples I've had amazing feedback regarding my recovery from my friends and other professionals. They've all seen a difference in me"
The Laurels, 24 High Street
Staple Hill, Bristol, BS16 5HW
firstname.lastname@example.org \\ Tel: 0117 302 6160
Main Office Hours
Monday – Friday 9AM – 6PM
Out of Hours Contact
Service Users Contact:
Acute Mental Health: 07596329652
Learning Difficulties: 07596329617
Forensic Mental Health: 07596329536
Complex Trauma: 07596329645
South Bristol: 07596329611
Professionals and Emergency Services: