Our support is individually tailored with agreed goals set and worked towards until achieved.
Our goal is to move people on to independent living, which we constantly work towards and prepare our residents for.
Rough sleeping, homelessness and complex needs are persistent and interrelated with health and social care needs, which impact an individual’s life and ability to function in society.
These may include:
- Entrenched street homelessness or being otherwise vulnerably housed
- Mental, psychological or emotional health needs
- Drug and/or alcohol dependency
- Contact with the criminal justice system
- Physical health needs
We work closely with partner organisations, clinicians, social enterprises, education and training providers.
We aim to develop integrated recovery infrastructures that engage, support and navigate individuals from the vulnerability of homelessness, poor mental health, offending and addiction to established wellbeing and meaningful recovery activity in the community.
Ability to maintain accommodation
Ability to develop independent living skills to prepare for independent living
Ability to acquire and maintain more permanent accommodation
Help with claiming benefits and maximising income
Help with filling forms
Ability to budget & manage money
To develop life and social skills
- Help with addressing health needs
- Help with addressing support needs
- Accessing education, training, employment and volunteering opportunities
- Ability to meet their own cultural and religious needs
- Be able to access leisure activities and community involvement
- Re-establishing positive relationships with family and friends
- Support to access other agencies, e.g. drug or alcohol services, mental health services etc
EMPOWER, REBUILD LIVES AND IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE
KEYWORKER FOR EVERY SERVICE USER TO HELP THEM ACHIEVE THEIR OUTCOMES AND ATTAIN THEIR GOALS
HUMAN DIGNITY – HUMAN RIGHT – HUMAN HOUSING
Complex needs housing and support.