Richmond Fellowship - Community Housing Support
Richmond Fellowship Wiltshire Community Housing Support service is a specialist homelessness prevention service supporting people with mental health issues to secure and maintain their tenancy, ensuring they continue to live independently. Supporting people with social and private landlord tenancies, home owners, or people moving into starter tenancies from supported accommodation.
Help for Wiltshire residents tackling the issues that can result from mental ill health. Adults aged 18 and over, living in Wiltshire or registered with a Wiltshire GP (excluding Swindon) and willing to engage with Richmond Fellowship staff towards your own goals.
Service Users are paired with a support worker meeting on a regular basis at home or in the community. Together you develop a support plan with achievable objectives. Packages of support are up to 6 months at a time maintaining contact on a regular basis to ensure your mental health and well being is managed, your finances are organised - ensuring benefits are claimed, income is maximised, managing outgoings like bills and rent. And medical and other appointments are attended.
The page was last updated on 6 March 2019