In the journey towards recovery, growth is only possible when the right conditions are in place. Our teams provide exceptional practical assurances to reduce hesitations and develop capacities for independence. We strive to stimulate an internal birth of growth, using the most exhilarating methods available. This approach optimises positive transformation.
Quality housing is the bedrock of good recovery. Our properties are built and furnished to new-build standards, offering comfortable and inviting spaces. Created by specialist interior designers, these environments foster a tranquil sense of wellbeing, which is highly conducive to recovery. The living environment can greatly affect individuals, and providing effective surroundings can put recovery well within their grasp.
Confident that every client has the potential to live independently one day, our aim is to astutely identify and remove the challenges that delay progress. Effective resettlement can take a lot of work, but it’s worth every effort when a resident is able to build a new life for themselves. Exceeding stakeholder expectations by moving clients towards independent living is at the core of our mission.
Digital transformation has empowered us to create beautiful, effortless experiences. These experiences rely on workflow automation and transparency, leading to a well-oiled, frictionless, and harmonious organisation. We’re focused on fostering cooperative and collaborative systems. Furthermore, digitalisation enables us to adopt continuous improvement strategies and best practices. This gives us a pulse on all aspects of the business, ensuring that the wheels keep turning seamlessly.
Range of services
Provision consisting of a range of low-, medium- and high-support self-contained accommodation; access to essential support 24/7 around the clock, 365 days per year; a concierge-style service; and advice to help residents develop the skills to sustain private tenancies. Services help residents build confidence, independence and stability, reducing possible future risk of homelessness.
Assisting residents to start taking control over and to manage their physical or mental health by providing care and emotional support, help through tailored support plans, supervision of medication and encouragement to engage with appropriate external agencies. Collaborate with mental health services, substance misuse services, and drug and alcohol teams to facilitate personalised recovery programmes. Encourage to live a healthy and fit lifestyle through healthy eating and exercise.
Help with keeping appointments and accessing external agencies such as local mental health services, primary health care services, counselling, statutory services, social services, voluntary agencies or drug and alcohol teams. We work closely with other agencies and charities who support vulnerable adults suffering from mental health and lack of opportunity.
Supporting residents to accomplish the varied skills required to step down to a less supported environment such as personal hygiene, nutrition, budgeting, maintaining healthy living conditions, health and safety issues, any antisocial behaviour, complying with terms of the tenancy agreement and good neighbourhood relations.
Through collaborating with external agencies, we signpost residents and provide advice regarding private rent, housing associations and housing options in order to move on to independent accommodation and have more meaningful lives.
Advice to manage, understand and maximise welfare benefit, grants, housing benefit and other government benefits entitlements. Support with budgeting, debt management and paying bills or accommodation service charge.
Cultivate the development of social skills and relationship building capacity with friends, family, professionals and the local community. Support residents to resolve issues surrounding relationship breakdown with family or others as they work towards creating a brighter future for themselves.
Recovery coordinators are experienced in working with offenders and those engaging in anti-social behaviour. Through peaceful interactions discuss and address issues surrounding offending and reoffending, with the hope of finding solutions to break reoffending patterns. To adhere to with good neighbourhood relations and always expect mutual respect between residents and the community.
Facilitating support and training to develop all appropriate practical and emotional life skills to confidently live independently such as cooking, shopping, confidence, self-esteem, problem-solving, managing risk, stress management, literacy, and coping strategies.
Promoting commitment to lifelong learning by supporting residents to get involved in education, in-house training courses and other training opportunities that could lead on to employment, work placements or voluntary work.
Encouragement to engage in meaningful activities and commit to personal development and pursue personal aspirations or hobbies and interests. To assist and advise residents when it comes to developing aspirations for their future lives.
Encouragement to necessitate digital accessibility and provide training that prepares residents ability to close the technological gap which will help them to adapt and manage the swift change in the technological landscape. Training provided to enhance on IT skills and digital dexterity.