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Psychology in Hostels Project (Lambeth)

They provide a flexible and responsive psychology service to adults (18 years+) with complex needs in the Lambeth homeless hostel network. Such people may have severe mental health problems, histories of complex trauma and comorbid drug and alcohol use. The service is provided by psychologists based across three Thames Reach hostels which provide a ‘Psychologically […]

Posted on: 24th August 2016

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Equinox Supported Housing – Southampton Way (for men)

Equinox Southampton Way is a service that provides medium term accommodation and a recovery approach resettlement programme for men with enduring mental health problems who have led chaotic lives and/or have been institutionalised. Recovery plans are based around the service user’s needs, wishes, and aspirations and provides the opportunity to re-engage with the community and […]

Posted on: 13th May 2015

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Equinox Supported Housing – Aspinden Wood

A care home for people who have long term problems with alcohol, mental health and homelessness. Equinox staff support service users to minimise harm from alcohol dependence, whilst living in a safe environment. The centre serves people who have been drinking for many years and have additional problems related to exclusion such as homelessness. Service […]

Posted on: 13th May 2015

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Look Ahead (Care & Support)

Look Ahead are specialists in delivering mental health, learning disabilities, homelessness and young people services. They know that individuals with all kinds of mental health needs can and do recover – this belief is crucial to how they support people.  They design and deliver recovery-focused and person-centred services with their health partners. They support individuals […]

Posted on: 5th February 2014

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Jewish Care

Jewish Care is the largest provider of health and social care services for the Jewish community in the UK. Every week, they give care and support to 7,000 members of the community and their families. They provide services to: Older people People with mental health needs Holocaust survivors People with dementia People who care for others who have […]

Posted on: 26th January 2012

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Penrose Housing Association

Penrose provide residential and non-residential services for men who are ex-offenders with mental health problems, and others, who would benefit from more intense support to regain choice and control, recover or rehabilitate. They work with a range of individuals and families including those: recovering from mental health who may have offending backgrounds who have diagnosed personality […]

Posted on: 21st January 2012

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Innisfree Housing Association

Innisfree is a housing association which now owns over 500 homes, mainly in North & West London. They provide family homes, a very successful scheme for Irish Elders and supported housing for vulnerable single people. Over 60% of their tenants are Irish. This Housing Association has properties across London including seven in Lambeth. They provide […]

Posted on: 21st January 2012

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Phoenix Futures – Supported Housing

Referrals come to us through different services depending on the local borough.
• We will accept self-referrals from suitable individuals.
• Completion of our referral form is required.

Posted on: 15th January 2012

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Metropolitan Support Trust

Provides a number of different services for different groups of people in London and the Midlands. Lambeth mental health services include floating tenancy support, supported housing and residential care. Also provides accommodation service for rough sleepers and alcohol scheme for men. Their client groups include: – People experiencing mental ill-health – People with learning disabilities, […]

Posted on: 14th January 2012

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London & Quadrant Housing Trust

London & Quadrant provides specialist mental health accommodation and services throughout east London and Essex, ranging from supported living accommodation to registered care homes. But they offer more than accommodation and care, they also support your road to recovery and help you find the confidence and skills to build an independent and meaningful life. Your care […]

Posted on: 14th January 2012

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