Care and support options

We are committed to working with local authorities and other organisations to provide specialist support and housing to vulnerable people.

Our current services

We also provide sheltered housing, which has extra facilities and adaptations, for those people over 55. You can read more about this here.

We house and support over 100 people per year (41 at any one time) in our Women’s Refuges, Mother and Baby projects, and supported temporary accommodation.

We have 900 homes designed for elderly people, where we provide telecare and extra staff to enable people to maintain their independence and reduce social isolation. This includes three extra care schemes.

We provide tailored support packages to around 3000 in Gloucestershire.

We house over 470 people per year (329 at any one time) in ‘Agency Managed’ projects in partnership with other service providers, who provide support directly to our residents. These services include:

  • Temporary accommodation
  • Homelessness hostels
  • Independent living for people with learning disabilities, autism, or mental health problems
  • Respite care for disabled children, and services for young people.

Key Client groups

Our current key client groups, where we have expertise and experience, are:

  • Domestic abuse
  • Support to older people
  • Support to people who have recently been homeless
  • Generic floating support
  • Teenage parents
  • Intensive housing management to clients supported by another agency.

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