A small care home with a big heart.
Based in Pollok, Mitre House is a small residential care home where we support five adults who have a learning disability and, in some cases, associated physical disabilities / autism. It’s The Mungo Foundation’s longest running service; we have been providing care and support to vulnerable people at Mitre since 1977.
Everyone is unique, and the care they receive should reflect that. Mitre House is home for our residents, and their personalities inform everything from the way their bedrooms are decorated to the activities they take part in and the content of their support plans.
If you move in to Mitre House our friendly and experienced staff team will support you to get the most out of life. We’ll listen to you, find out what you like, and help you to do it. Whether it’s listening to music, getting up on the dancefloor or getting away on holiday, we’re here to help make it happen.
Our positive, can-do attitude is reflected in our Activity Planner, which is updated every week with new opportunities based on our residents’ preferences. Mitre House is well placed in relation to local amenities, transport links and health and leisure facilities. This means we can safely and easily support our residents to get out and about, be active in the community, and do the things they enjoy doing. For some residents helping with domestic duties like cooking and cleaning helps them to feel independent, and we encourage that as well.
How to Get Involved
If you or someone you know would like to move in to Mitre House, you will need to contact the Care Manager in your Local Authority. They are there to help with the assessment process, and will arrange a number of visits to the service, to ensure that it is the right fit.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the team at Mitre House, using the contact details on this page.
What Our Families Say:
“Our sister has lived very happily at Mitre House for many years. She is safe and comfortable, and most importantly, she considers Mitre her permanent home. We have nothing but praise for Mitre House.” Brenda and Anne J.
What Our Team Say:
‘The joy and happiness in the eyes of the residents gives me a sense of fulfilment as a career.’ Sylwia, Staff Member.