Maintain strategically relevant services, designed to deliver on key policies around mental health and well-being.
Structured but flexible outcome focussed support plans, with positive approach to risk management
Support focussed on recovery and promotion of well being.
Proactive intervention to prevent relapse, working in partnership with local services to provide integrated support.
Emotional support/general counselling in life and social skills to prepare service users for independent living, including developing positive and stable networks/relationships
Increasing access to education, training, employment, leisure, religious and culturally specific services
Providing a safe and secure environment for a diverse group, free from harassment and discrimination, to aid recovery.
At the heart of our service is inclusion – encouraging full and active engagement in service delivery, support planning, key working, house meetings, workshops, policy training, recruitment, health and safety, newsletter etc. – through building confidence and self-esteem within the safety of the service, our service users go to achieve maximum control over their lives and participation in the wider community.