Supporting People to be Active Citizens

Warrington Community Living is a local charity that supports people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, older people, people with dementia and people experiencing mental health issues, to lead their lives in a purposeful, healthy and enjoyable way as full and equal members of their local community. We do this by providing residential homes and supported living schemes, as well as other forms of support for individuals in the community.

Our History

Warrington Community Living was established in 1991 and has a long history of supporting people, and we currently support nearly 500 people in the Warrington area with the help of over 300 full and part-time staff.

Read more about the history of WCL >

Our Promise

We know that consistency of support is so important, and that it must be delivered with respect and dignity, offering an enjoyable but safe experience. That is why Warrington Community Living promises to support the rights, well-being and happiness of the people who use its services.

Read our full promise statement >

Our Objectives

We have a set of strategic Objectives that drive the organisation forward. These help us to continue to develop and continue to deliver on our promise to the people we support.

Read a summary of our objectives >

Our Purpose

Our purpose is a simple one: to support people to be active citizens in their community, and to live a full life as equal and full members of society. 

Read more about our purpose >

Our People

The support we provide and the values and promises we make would not be possible without a great team of people who are dedicated and passionate about the organisation and the services we provide.

Meet some of the Warrington Commmunity Living Team >