Rudolf Housing Group

Located in Laajasalo, Rudolf Housing Group provides transitional apartments for clients of disability services in Helsinki.

The homes of Rudolf Housing Group are located in Laajasalo, in the facilities of Laajasalo Service Home near a forest and the sea. Rudolf Housing Group features 27 apartments, some of which are one-room and others two-room.

You can apply to become a resident of Rudolf Housing Group via your designated social worker. Our residents sign a lease agreement with the City of Helsinki.

The transitional apartments of Rudolf Housing Group are suitable for you if you can manage your everyday activities relatively independently but need regular guidance and support in your everyday life. We will provide you with guidance during support visits at your home or by phone. If needed, our instructors can also help you with taking care of matters outside home, such as health care appointments.

We also provide housing coaching in three apartments. The average duration of the housing coaching is roughly one month. You can apply for housing coaching as well via your designated social worker.

Our staff are available on weekdays at 7.30-21.00 and at weekends at 10.00-18.00. Our staff are not available at night.

Contact information

Staff +358 9 310 46586
Unit manager: Tomi Jacobsson, +358 9 310 64736

Contact information

Rudolfintie 17-19, 00870 Helsinki Show accessibility information View location on service map
P.O. Box 87760, 00099 City of Helsinki
Photo: Juha Myllymäki
Photo: Juha Myllymäki

What is living in Rudolf Housing Group like? 

Each apartment has its own balcony, kitchen and bathroom. Our residents can also use the shared sauna of the service home, shared laundry facilities and a small gym.  

The services of the service home are available to our residents, and the restaurant of the service home provides breakfast and lunch for a fee.  

The residents of Rudolf Housing Group get to live the kind of life they want. You can decorate and furnish your apartment as you see fit.   

What is everyday life like with us?   

We create a supported housing service plan for every resident and will list your needs, goals and ways to achieve your goals in your plan together with you.   

On weekdays, some of our residents work, attend work or day activities or study. Some also attend various hobby activities and clubs.  

With us, you can take part in planning leisure time activities together with the other residents. We attend events and have trips together, among other things. We arrange shared activities in accordance with our residents’ wishes. 

A grocery store and a bus stop are located within walking distance from the housing group. Taking a bus is an easy way to travel to Herttoniemi Metro Station.  


We have motivated staff who will take your needs and interests into account. Our aim will be to support you to help you live the kind of life you want as independently as possible.  

Our staff are available on weekdays at 7.30–21.00 and at weekends at 10.00–18.00. Our staff are not available at night.  

Our staff consists of a social instructor and housing instructors.


Rudolfintie 17-19, 00870 Helsinki
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Reitti pääsisäänkäynnille

  • Välittömästi ovien läheisyydessä ei ole pysyviä parkkipaikkoja. Ovien eteen henkilöiden kuljetus onnistuu kuitenkin myös autolla.

The route to the main entrance

  • The pick-up and drop-off area is located in the vicinity of the entrance, giving easy access to the pavement.
  • The route to the entrance is guided, smooth and sufficiently wide and illuminated.
  • There is a steep slope on the passage.
  • The passage has at least 4 steps, with handrails on both sides.
  • The route has a ramp over 6 m long with an intermediate landing.

The main entrance

  • The entrance stands out clearly and is illuminated. There is a canopy above the entrance.
  • The doors connected to the entrance are hard to perceive. Outside the door there is sufficient room for moving e.g. with a wheelchair. The door opens automatically with a motion sensor.
  • The entrance has thresholds over 2 cm high.

In the facility

  • The customer service point has two floors.
  • For moving around, there is a lift, which can hold a wheelchair; the door opens automatically. The floor numbers in the lift can be felt with fingers. The button for the exit floor stands out from the other buttons. (The minimum dimensions for an accessible lift are width 1.1 m and depth 1.4 m.)
  • The indoor walkways have a ramp under 6 m long, with handrails on one side.
  • The doors in the facility are hard to perceive.
  • The facility has an accessible toilet on floor 1.


  • Rudolfin asuntoryhmän tilat sijaitsevat palvelutalon neljännessä ja viidennessä kerroksessa. Asuntoryhmä hyödyntää kuitenkin myös palvelutalon ensimmäisen kerroksen tiloja. Neljännessä ja viidennessä kerroksessa ei ole yleisiä vessoja.