Mental Health Floating Support
Our Floating Support aims to develop and promote independent living skills mitigating the risk of homelessness and relapse
What is floating support?
- An allocated support worker will agree specific days and times to visit you in, many cases at your own residence or home
- The support worker will work to identify your personal needs and create a support plan with your involvement
- When your needs change, the support plan will be updated to your convenience
- When we cannot meet your needs, we will find a suitable service to support you
- Our service will help you to maintain safety in your home or residence requesting attendance to repairs, gardening, DIY if we cannot do it ourselves.
How we can support you?
- Resettling and transition from existing services to step down or independent accommodation
- Setting up and managing a tenancy agreement
- Promoting and developing domestic and life skills
- Providing general Advocacy and Advice
- Accessing cultural and religious organisations of your choice
- Exploring community recreational groups and activities
- Filling in forms and managing paperwork
- Support with finance, benefit applications and dealing with queries
- Support and advice in home repairs and maintenance
- Accessing education and employment including voluntary and training engagement, to develop positive social networks that will contribute to the community
- Mental Health and medication compliance monitoring
- Wellbeing and Recovery
- Risk reduction and monitoring
- Personal Care
Our services are person centred and package based with a minimum hours’ approach that is cost effective allowing a 24-hour crisis contingency management support plan