We’re currently introducing a new design and are making sure everything works.
Supported living and supporting people
We can help vulnerable people maintain and improve their ability to live independently by, for example:
- helping an older person stay in their own home
- helping someone coming out of homelessness to manage their own home
- helping someone with mental health problems to live independently
What type of help can we provide?
- help to develop life skills such as understanding and complying with tenancies, budgeting and cooking
- support access to services and benefits including health, social care and specialist and leisure
- support to access education, training and employment
- monitoring health and wellbeing
Who do we help?
- homeless people and rough sleepers
- people with mental health problems
- people with learning disabilities
- people with drug and or alcohol problems
- victims of hate crime and domestic violence
- ex-offenders and those at risk of offending
The programme contributes to a thriving, healthy and inclusive community that is confident and safe by ensuring that vulnerable groups have an equal opportunity to lead a fulfilling life, and participate fully in our community and wider society.