Our range of support

The people we support are central to everything we do. We believe that each person is unique, and should have the opportunity to take control over their life, and to develop new meanings and purposes.

We concentrate on the person and their individual needs, choices and aspirations, rather than on diagnostic categories or labels. We enable people to actively take part in decisions about their support and have as much control over this support as possible, helping them achieve new levels of self-confidence and independence.

We provide a range of mental health support services:

Residential recovery

Our care homes and 24hr supported housing schemes provide round the clock support for individuals in safe, recovery focussed environments, often as a step down from a stay in hospital or as an alternative to being admitted to hospital.

Our crisis services provide short term, community-based interventions for people to re-establish control over their situation and to develop coping strategies to prevent relapses.

Employment

Our employment support services help people return to paid employment, voluntary work or training and to stay in work.

Supported living

We provide supported housing as a registered social landlord with staff available to help people develop their independent living skills.

Our floating support services provide similar help in people’s own homes, supporting individuals to manage their tenancies, maintain domestic routines and play an active part in their community.

Community-based

We provide community-based support on a group or individual basis to help people access social networks and peer support, and engage in everyday mainstream opportunities. A lot of our schemes now feature peer support as a core element.