Our housing services help people, including those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, to find suitable accommodation they can call home.
We work with the NHS to run mental health services which focus on the person as an individual, working with them to find the hope and courage they need to take the next steps in their recovery.
We run a number of services in the community which help people find the hope and courage they need to make the most of their health and wellbeing.
Always pioneering, we pride ourselves in finding innovative ways to help vulnerable people discover hope and courage to face the future. This is particularly true in the work we do as lead partner of the National Lottery funded Golden Key programme.
Danger has a vulnerable face too
This week’s guest contribution is from our student liaison co-coordinator, Ben Lilford. Under this long-winded title, Ben runs the College’s…
An autobiographical piece from Amy who attended our Telling Your Story course.
Volunteer mentor Simon talks about befriending and working with Andrew as part of the United Peers or UP Project.
Taking a leaf out of Radio 4’s much-loved “Desert Island Discs”, guests reflected on music that has had an impact on their recovery.