Framework changes and, it is no exaggeration to say, saves people's lives. Everything we do is centered around the needs of the people we exist to support.
We hope that you find inspiration from the following case studies, which detail the lives of service users and the work of our staff.
'Nottinghamshire' case studies:
Amanda, 40, was in crisis when she lost her home, her relationship, and nearly her life. She was helped to transform her future with a highly personalised package of support.
Ewa, a grandmother and former primary school teacher, was made homeless when she lost her job and her house was repossessed.
Michelle lost many years of her life and her home to drug and alcohol addiction. She is now living independently and enjoying time with her family.
Martin faced the frightening prospect of homelessness after falling seriously ill. Framework’s expert legal advice helped him to remain in his Worksop home and continue his recovery.
Tim, a hard-working family man who found himself sleeping on a park bench, is living proof that homelessness can happen to anybody.
Mark lost his job, his home and his sense of self worth after suffering a serious mental health breakdown. With the help of Framework’s Chatsworth House supported accommodation service in Sutton-in-Ashfield he is now confident of a far brighter future.
Wayne, who slept rough for more than two years, lost his job and his home when he succumbed to an all-consuming drug addiction.
Tony, who sustained a significant brain injury many years ago, has rediscovered his sense of independence, self worth and happiness since moving into Framework’s Chatsworth House accommodation in 2009.
Sammie was made homeless when his mother kicked him out of the family home just days before his 16th birthday. Framework helped him to get his life back on track.