Having somewhere safe, stable and comfortable to live which you can call home is an essential human need.

Our service is a residential service for vulnerable single men and women aged 18 and over who are rough sleeping, vulnerably housed, homeless or at risk of becoming homeless who may have a mental health issue, addiction or offending history. The accommodation is provided for individuals with support needs who are willing to engage with us or other providers and appropriate agencies in order to address their support needs as part of the support planning process.

Our accommodation is provided in ordinary domestic shared houses and are located across Coventry and Warwickshire. Each shared house is fully furnished to a good standard and has a shared lounge with TV; a shared kitchen with all appliances, crockery and cooking utensils; a shared bathroom with shower and/or a separate shower room; laundry, washing, drying and ironing facilities and fully furnished secure bedrooms. All houses are regularly serviced by maintenance. Each resident has key for their room.

We provide our service 24 hours a day, with on call services provided after working hours.

Prospective Pathway Futures will work in Conjunction with other charity and voluntary organisations such as Crisis Skylight in providing education, training and employment.

Crisis provides a variety of services to help people who have recently experienced homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless.

Services include:

  • Support with confidence , motivation and training working towards employment goals
  • Support with job applications, CV writing and interview prep
  • Support with exploring housing options including local authority and private rented
  • Advice and guidance around welfare benefit
  • Support with maintaining a tenancy
  • A variety of training courses such as English, maths, ESOL, IT and creative arts
We help in training our clients about managing finances to improve budgeting skills. We assist service user with benefit applications such as Employment & Support Allowance, Job Seekers Allowance, Personal Independence Payment and Universal Credit, and liaising with the benefit agencies with any follow up problems that may occur.

Help with Housing benefit and housing related issues is also provided. Our workers will receive training from a DWP representative on helping clients claim the right benefits.

We assist our clients by working with other relevant agencies to secure their own independent accommodation. We assist with completing relevant housing applications and liaising with the Council Housing Department in order to help secure appropriate accommodation. We provide training to ensure our clients can maintain a new tenancy.

Accommodation support services to eligible service users. Strategic outcome-based approach to ensure service users feel supported in their objectives.

We offer a comprehensive and effective support package to help service users build resilience, life skills and social networks which enhance them to live independently and improve confidence and self-esteem.
We work with other health professionals and agencies to support service user to access mental and physical health treatment. Practical help is provided to service user about how they can access support from the NHS health services and other local organisations to help promote good physical and mental well-being.

We assist the service user to build resilience in the community, empowering them to independence and eventually move on to independent living. PPF provides a keyworker to each service user who will guide them in their recovery.

We work with other voluntary agencies to ensure that our service user have access to the right advice or counselling that they need. Their emotional well-being is paramount if we are to achieve the goal of preventing them to go back on the streets.
Personal safety and security are of paramount importance to us and our service users. We help our service users develop understanding of Health and safety issues.

Clients are trained on fire precautions, evacuation procedure, correct usage of equipment, safety aspects while cooking, cleaning of own rooms, advice or support on repair work, home improvement and other general safety aspects.

Our properties are secure and have CCTV for the safety and security of our service users. Service users are given training on their personal security and the security of the premises.

We monitor all visitors to the premises according to our visiting policy. Our service users are required to report any incidents immediately to a member of staff or to on call if it is after hours.

Having somewhere safe, stable and comfortable to live which you can call home is an essential human need.

Our service is a residential service for vulnerable single men and women aged 18 and over who are rough sleeping, vulnerably housed, homeless or at risk of becoming homeless who may have a mental health issue, addiction or offending history. The accommodation is provided for individuals with support needs who are willing to engage with us or other providers and appropriate agencies in order to address their support needs as part of the support planning process.

Our accommodation is provided in ordinary domestic shared houses and are located across Coventry and Warwickshire. Each shared house is fully furnished to a good standard and has a shared lounge with TV; a shared kitchen with all appliances, crockery and cooking utensils; a shared bathroom with shower and/or a separate shower room; laundry, washing, drying and ironing facilities and fully furnished secure bedrooms. All houses are regularly serviced by maintenance. Each resident has key for their room.

We provide our service 24 hours a day, with on call services provided after working hours.

Prospective Pathway Futures will work in Conjunction with other charity and voluntary organisations such as Crisis Skylight in providing education, training and employment.

Crisis provides a variety of services to help people who have recently experienced homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless.

Services include:

  • Support with confidence , motivation and training working towards employment goals
  • Support with job applications, CV writing and interview prep
  • Support with exploring housing options including local authority and private rented
  • Advice and guidance around welfare benefit
  • Support with maintaining a tenancy
  • A variety of training courses such as English, maths, ESOL, IT and creative arts
We help in training our clients about managing finances to improve budgeting skills. We assist service user with benefit applications such as Employment & Support Allowance, Job Seekers Allowance, Personal Independence Payment and Universal Credit, and liaising with the benefit agencies with any follow up problems that may occur.

Help with Housing benefit and housing related issues is also provided. Our workers will receive training from a DWP representative on helping clients claim the right benefits.

We assist our clients by working with other relevant agencies to secure their own independent accommodation. We assist with completing relevant housing applications and liaising with the Council Housing Department in order to help secure appropriate accommodation. We provide training to ensure our clients can maintain a new tenancy.

Accommodation support services to eligible service users. Strategic outcome-based approach to ensure service users feel supported in their objectives.

We offer a comprehensive and effective support package to help service users build resilience, life skills and social networks which enhance them to live independently and improve confidence and self-esteem.
We work with other health professionals and agencies to support service user to access mental and physical health treatment. Practical help is provided to service user about how they can access support from the NHS health services and other local organisations to help promote good physical and mental well-being.

We assist the service user to build resilience in the community, empowering them to independence and eventually move on to independent living. PPF provides a keyworker to each service user who will guide them in their recovery.

We work with other voluntary agencies to ensure that our service user have access to the right advice or counselling that they need. Their emotional well-being is paramount if we are to achieve the goal of preventing them to go back on the streets.
Personal safety and security are of paramount importance to us and our service users. We help our service users develop understanding of Health and safety issues.

Clients are trained on fire precautions, evacuation procedure, correct usage of equipment, safety aspects while cooking, cleaning of own rooms, advice or support on repair work, home improvement and other general safety aspects.

Our properties are secure and have CCTV for the safety and security of our service users. Service users are given training on their personal security and the security of the premises.

We monitor all visitors to the premises according to our visiting policy. Our service users are required to report any incidents immediately to a member of staff or to on call if it is after hours.

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