Harm reduction and recovery
We provide specialist supported housing for homeless men and women with complex needs – combinations of substance misuse, mental ill-health, rough sleeping and offending.
These services work with some of the most challenging and hard-to-reach people in society, who have often slipped through every potential safety net and failed to engage positively with support services in the past.
More than a roof
Staff focus on harm reduction and the promotion of health and recovery, coordinating structured support packages that build positive links with other specialist interventions and treatment options.
They work in partnership with a network of voluntary, statutory and community organisations to ensure the immediate and ongoing health and social care needs of service users are both assessed and addressed.
Our aim for every resident with complex needs is for them move on and move out to accommodation where they have a greater degree of independence and can engage more positively with society.
We provide a variety of supported housing services to people with complex needs. They include: