Community Support

The aim of our services is always to help people to live as independently as they can, and their mental health needs will change as they progress on their recovery journey.

We provide community support or home support for people who do not need 24-hour care, but still require regular access to mental health support services. The quality of the support is the same as that provided to an individual living at a Northern Healthcare service.

A bespoke support package is developed taking into account to the individual's needs, capacity and abilities.

What is included

Promoting independence

Promoting independence

The support provided is flexible and based on individual needs. It can range from a few hours each day to a more comprehensive level of support

Building basic life skills

Building basic life skills

Support with shopping, cooking and menu-planning, personal care, health and wellbeing and managing medication

Money management

Money management

Managing bills and money & identifying and claiming benefits

Education and leisure

Education and leisure

Accessing education, employment and volunteering opportunities. Signposting appropriate social and leisure activities in the local community

“It’s just the people around me, that are always there for me when I need a chat, and since I've been here I've been getting better and better.”

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Our enhanced supported living model ensures that the quality of care that we provide is consistent

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Building support networks

For us to help our residents we need to form long-lasting relationships with the people they know and trust. We support commissioners and referrers to find the right service for the individual in their care. Building a network of support around an individual is crucial in aiding their development – families, friends and the wider community all have an important role to play.

If you have a specific enquiry about our services, please get in touch with our team.

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