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Floating support services and outreach services provide housing related support to individuals, couples or families. Housing related support aims to help people to live independently, avoid eviction and repeat cycles of homelessness, engage in employment, education or training and access other services as required. Floating support services are provided free of charge and are generally…

They aim to help you to make informed decisions about the support you receive and the choices available so that you can remain as independent and active as possible. For more information visit the Adult Social Care web page. Phone: 020 8891 7971 Minicom: 18001 020 8891 7971 Email: adultsocialservices@richmond.gov.uk The Access team is open…

Advice Richmond – Together for Change is partnership  made up of twelve advice and support organisations in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. They are all accessible by using one website, which can quickly put you in touch with the right person to offer you high quality advice. These trusted, independent advice specialists include Richmond Aid, Richmond Citizens Advice Bureau…

Run by Bracknell Forest’s Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT), New Hope provides a range of substance misuse services under one roof to anyone aged 18 and over who lives in Bracknell Forest. These services are aimed at people aged 18 or older who drink too much or use drugs and want to address their substance misuse….

The Community Access Project can help you if: – You live in Aldershot, Farnborough or Fleet and are aged between 18-65. – You are experiencing mental distress, (depression, anxiety, stress, loneliness, schizophrenia etc.) – You do not already receive one to one support. – People with a dual diagnosis who may need support to attend…

From the Catalyst website:- Catalyst (formerly SAdAS) is a non-profit organisation working with people who are dealing with issues stemming from drug and alcohol misuse and mental health – including housing, involvement with criminal justice, relationships with family and friends and getting back into work. Guildford-based for over 30 years, we work throughout Surrey and…

Surrey Young People’s Substance Misuse Service – A county-wide specialist treatment service offering an emergency crisis line and counselling and pharmalogical support as part of a tailored recovery approach. 11 to 21-years-old. Visit the website for more information and to download a referral form. Emergency referral and crisis line for young people and families: 0800…

Connection Floating Support is a generic service which offers flexible specialist support. Floating Support enables vulnerable adults who are experiencing housing difficulties to get advice and support from one central contact point. They work with people with a range of issues including: – Mental Health Difficulties – Drug & Alcohol Use – Offending – Domestic…

Connection Floating Support is a generic service which offers flexible specialist support. Floating Support enables vulnerable adults who are experiencing housing difficulties to get advice and support from one central contact point. In Oxfordshire they also offer a distinctive separate service for Mental Health Floating Support which deals specifically with complex mental health needs and is…

Destiny Support offers a wide range of independent living support services to the’ hard to reach’ client base living within the community. They work to encourage engagement and access in Slough and the surrounding areas. Visit the Destiny Support website for more information on the services they offer. Email: info@destinysupport.org Tel: 01753 552271 / 577458

East to west brings Hope to over 1,400 Children, Young People and Families each year. At the heart of east to west is Relational Support Work which they define as a long term commitment to journey with children, young people and families through the issues that they are addressing. Relational Support Work is delivered by the…

Elmore Community Services Mental Health Team works alongside the Elmore Complex Needs Team; they work with people with a range of mental health difficulties in Oxfordshire. You can refer yourself, or you can be referred by someone who works with you (such as your GP, CPN or Social Worker) or by someone who knows you,…

The Sutton Gateway provides a single point of access for vulnerable people to access supported housing and/or community based floating support services. Some people are vulnerable because of mental ill health, others because of substance misuse or simply because support is needed to live independently and learn the skills needed to manage a tenancy.  Many…

The service is available to families with a minimum of one child aged 0-12 years and resident in London Borough of Merton. Grenfell Housing aims to provide a service in preventing families becoming homeless by mediating in landlord and tenant disputes, providing assistance to help move families into bigger or more suitable accommodation and providing…

GAF (Guildford Action for Families) supports isolated families with all issues involving the bringing up of children. They aim to maximise the potential of every child and family they come into contact with. The GAF Team work with families in their own homes, through outreach and also drop-in sessions within the families own communities, to…

Hestia works in partnership with service users and local communities; to empower vulnerable people across London so that they can make positive changes in their lives. They provide support in various areas including: Domestic abuse Anti-human trafficking Mental health Older peoples’ services Young peoples’ services Physical and learning disabilities Drug and alcohol problems For more information on…

Home-Start helps families with young children (at least 1 under 5) deal with whatever life throws at them. They support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children. The benefits of their support include improved health and well being and better family relationships. A carefully selected volunteer,…

  Home-Start helps families with young children (at least 1 under 5) deal with whatever life throws at them. They support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children. The benefits of their support include improved health and well being and better family relationships. A carefully selected…

Home-Start in Bracknell Forest offers free, confidential support, friendship and practical help to parents in Binfield, Bracknell Town, Crowthorne, North Ascot, Sandhurst, Warfield and Winkfield Their support is free, confidential and non-judgemental with volunteers visiting each family once a week and through a weekly term time Family Group, which is open to present, past and referred…

Home-Start Ealing may be able to help you by offering you a volunteer if you: live in the borough of Ealing have one or more children under the age of 5 are going through a difficult time in your life Contact Thames Valley Housing for a referral.   Visit the website for further information.