Weston-super-Mare Supported Housing Store in Weston-super-Mare

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Weston-super-Mare 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

Our Weston-super-Mare Supported Housing service provides a 10 bed shared house with office.

Our accommodation is for people with mental heath issues with the accommodation available on a temporary basis for 6 to 12 months.

The service has one support worker based on site.

We provide low to medium assistance around housing related support.

Who we help

Applications are accepted from people aged 18 to 65 who are suffering from mental ill health.

We are unable to work with people who:-

– Do not have a local connection
– Have a schedule one offence
– A history of arson
– Who have committed a serious offence, including severe violence
– Who have long term habitual Class A drug use or problematic alcohol use.

We will give consideration to applicants who have a history of substance misuse or alcohol problems.

We would expect that people have been clean from substance misuse and not been alcohol dependant for three months.

We would also expect an applicant to be actively involved with other agencies around this.


Getting referred

Referrals go through a central Hub in North Somerset.

An application form can be found on the supporting People page of the North Somerset Council website or contact the service to request one.

Address

2 Braeside Hotel
Victoria Park
BS23 2HZ, Weston-super-Mare,

Roper Street Supported Housing Store in Whitehaven

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Roper Street 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 support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence and develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs. We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities. Our service also supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.

We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.

Who we help

We support adults over 18 with mental ill health.


Getting referred

Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.

Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.

Address

30 Roper Street
CA28 7BS, Whitehaven, Cumbria,

Chapel View Supported Housing Store in Cumbria

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Chapel View 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 support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence and develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs. We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities.
Our service also supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.

We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.

Who we help

We support adults over 18 with mental ill health.


Getting referred

Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.

Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.

Address

Chapel View
Chapel Lane, Kendal, LA9 5RE
LA9 5RE, Cumbria,

Langholm Supported Housing Store in County Durham

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Langholm 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 offer supported accommodation across Durham for people living with mental ill health.

Each property offers a different level of support to people who use the service, such as a 24-hour supported housing service, a step down service and a light touch support service.

Our support is tailored for each person using the service with the ultimate goal to help people manage their accommodation and assist them with reintegration back into independent living and the wider community.

Who we help

Our service is available to people aged 18 to 65, with a diagnosed mental health condition.


Getting referred

We accept referrals through Community Mental Health teams, as well as self-referrals and direct applications from forensic teams and other housing or support agencies.

Eligibility differs for each property; please get in touch to find out more.

Address

14-16 High Bondgate
Bishop Auckland
DL14 7PJ, County Durham,

Wallace Gardens Supported Housing Store in

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Wallace Gardens 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 support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence.
Support to develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs.
We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities.
Our service supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.
We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.

Who we help

We support adults over 18 with mental health conditions.


Getting referred

Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.

Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.

Address

CA1 2BL, Cumbria,

Spencer Street Supported Housing Store in

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Spencer Street 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 support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence.

Support to develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs.

We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities.

Our service supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.

We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.

Who we help

We support adults over 18 with mental health conditions.


Getting referred

Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.

Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.

Address

7 Spencer Street
Carlisle
CA1 1BE, Cumbria,

Melbourne View Supported Housing Store in

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Melbourne View 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 support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence.

Support to develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs.

We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities.

Our service supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.

We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.

Who we help

We support adults over 18 with mental health conditions.


Getting referred

Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.

Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.

Address

128 Botcherby Avenue
Carlisle
CA1 2TX, Cumbria,

Queen Street Supported Housing Store in

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Queen Street 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 support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence.

Support to develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs.

We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities.

Our service supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.

We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.

Who we help

We support adults over 18 with mental health conditions.


Getting referred

Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.

Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.

Address

141 Queen Street
Whitehaven
CA28 7AW, Cumbria,

Bakery Court Supported Housing Store in

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Bakery Court 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 support individuals to gain or regain skills and confidence to achieve greater independence.

Support to develop coping strategies to best manage their mental and physical health needs.

We support individuals to access community groups and promote socially inclusive activities.

Our service supports people with all aspects of daily living skills, as well as access training, volunteering and employment.

We take a person centred approach to support planning and joint work with Adult Social Care, Community Mental Health Teams and other agencies to prevent inappropriate admissions to hospital at the point of crisis.

Who we help

We support adults over 18 with mental health conditions.


Getting referred

Referral forms are available from the service. Once completed an assessment will be carried out by the service manager and will form the basis for a discussion about the support package.

Funding must be agreed in principle before submitting the referral. Supporting information pertaining to needs and risks must be available to us.

Address

Lower Brook Street
Ulverston
LA12 7FG, Cumbria,

Macclesfield Supported Housing (Robin Hood Avenue) Store in Cheshire

Categories: Supported Housing

Who we are

Richmond Fellowship’s Robin Hood Avenue is a Supported Housing Service based in Macclesfield, with 5 individual self contained flats.

We provide a person centred holistic approach to promote the recovery of the people who live here, and support them to regain their independence. We offer support to adults, and aim to identify and meet their diverse needs, to help them on their personalised recovery journey.

What we do

Our service and tenants can access general support 9am-8pm, however if you are in crisis you will be able to request and receive support outside of these hours.

Support includes:

  • Support to sign up to a Onward Homes Licence Agreement.
  • Support to set up utility bills, gas, water, electric, tv, council tax.
  • Maximise benefits, apply for any eligible exemptions, discounts, or grants.
  • Support to identify, apply and attend any courses to enhance wellbeing, employment, and basic skills needs.
  • Support to reconnect and build positive relationships at service level, within the community and where requested and appropriate family and friends.
  • Support to identify, apply and attend any employment opportunities, paid or voluntary.
  • Support to maximise health and wellbeing book and attend appointments such as GP, dentist CMHT etc., order, store and oversee medication.
  • Organise and facilitate activities such as walking groups, cinema groups, activity days and interventions held at the service.
  • Encourage involvement in the running of Richmond Fellowship as an organisation through promoting coproduction at every opportunity (national service user events, recruitment and selection involvement, peer mentoring, regular house meetings etc.).
  • Provide a person centred holistic recovery focussed approach.
  • Support to register with Local Housing Authority/private landlords and actively bid whilst gaining the skills to live independently.

Who we help

Adults with a mental health diagnosis.


Getting referred

This can be made direct to Richmond Fellowship in the first instance and then the referral is made via the East Cheshire Brokerage system.

Address

39a Robin Hood Avenue
Macclesfield
SK11 7RU, Cheshire,