Our recovery orientated supported housing supports people living with mental health problems.
We work with each person to develop a tailored support package based on their needs. Our supported housing provides a safe and welcoming environment for people dealing with substance misuse issues.
How we help
We operate a recovery strategy based on five key areas:
One to one support from our trained support workers covering: tenancy related support, support with domestic tasks, non-clinical specialist support to help manage mental health needs, employment support to get back into work.
Partnership working and community links – one to one support from our community links team introducing you local support
options and activities.
Peer support – from people who have lived experience of mental health problems and substance misuse, helping you with your recovery journey
Courses and groups – Structured sessions covering practical skills, therapeutic activities and confidence building workshops.
Virtual support – We offer virtual support to help people take control of their recovery and access support independently when
they need it.
Our service offers:
• A warm, comforting and homely environment to tackle a mental health crisis and substance misuse.
• Access to trained staff and peer support to develop personalised coping strategies and recovery management techniques.
• Friendly and knowledgeable staff who help you deal with a mental health crisis or substance misuse
• Education about mental health support, substance misuse and signposting to further services.
Who we can help
We work with people in a period of crisis aged 18 and over in Redcar and Cleveland with mental health problems or a history of substance misuse. Access to crisis services are made through the crisis team.
Referrals to our rehabilitation service are made via the Mental Health Panel – to find out more please contact a member of your care team or contact us directly to find out more about referral processes.
At the heart of everything we do lies:
- Hope: the belief that recovery is possible for every individual
- Respect: valuing differences and all contributions
- Enabling: giving people encouragement and support to achieve their goals
- Inclusion: the belief that everyone has a right to participate fully in society.