Who we are
Richmond Fellowship’s Croft House Supported Housing Service is tailored for each individual using the service with the ultimate goal to help you manage your accommodation and assist you with reintegration back into independent living and the wider community.
What we do
We provide supported housing for 17 individuals experiencing mental ill health.
The support we provide includes assisting with daily living skills, support to regain independent living, benefits and budgeting, integration in the community, social networks and back in to employment where possible.
Who we help
Our service is available to individuals who are aged 18 and over experiencing mental ill health.
Individuals must have a local connection or living in Elmbridge at the time of referral.
Referrals must not present an excessive risk which cannot be reasonably managed with the level of support provided at Croft House.
Individuals must bee willing to share communal facilities and attend communal meetings and must demonstrated adequate insight in order to work closely with professionals in order to reduce risks etc.
- Initial enquiry
- Risk Screen and Risk Assessment
- Informal visit
- Assessment (formal interview)
- Team consideration and decision
- Feedback to the client and referrer