A real and lasting difference for everyone we support


14/15 Crescent Avenue
YO21 3ED

T: 01497 602727

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Endeavour House

About Endeavour House

Endeavour House provides assessment and support for adults living with mental health problems and/or learning disabilities, who may present complex conditions. Some of the people we support also have communication difficulties or present behaviours that challenge.

Our approach to support:

We provide 24/7 specialist residential support and our team is committed to providing just enough support to empower and encourage individuals to develop the skills they need to live as independently as possible. It is our aim that each person living at Endeavour House should achieve a positive outcome.

Our service is also supported by a quality assurance team whose aim is to empower people to take control of their lives and, where possible, work towards a level of independence which fits with their skills, confidence and aspirations.

What it’s like to live here:

People supported by Endeavour House are involved in the day-to-day running of the property. This participation is dependant on ability, but it does allow individuals to develop skills that promote independent living.

Endeavour House is situated near the seaside, which is a popular leisure attraction for many. Whitby has a number of restaurants and leisure facilities, and there are a number of transport links including the steam railway.

“Staff at Endeavour House have helped me to do my own shopping and cook my own tea.” – Person supported by Endeavour House


Located in the seaside town of Whitby, Endeavour House is able to provide specialist support for up to 14 people with learning disabilities. Our 14 bedrooms are located over four floors.

Within the house we also have communal areas for people to socialise and develop new skills, such as a lounge, dining area, activity room and kitchen.

Admissions criteria:

Endeavour House may be suitable for those who meet the following admissions criteria:

  •  Adults aged 18 years and over
  • Individuals with a learning disability / mental health condition
  • May also present challenging behaviour