Who do we support?
We offer support and accommodation for people aged 45 and over in Swansea, whose lives are affected by substance misuse and complicated by homelessness and long periods of institutional living.
What is the purpose of this service?
In our range of schemes, our residents have their own bedsitter room or self-contained flat, complemented by communal environments and on-site Support Worker liaison. They receive flexible support that is appropriate to their individual needs and where support plans are continually reviewed. Staff have a good working relationship with partner agencies who specialise in other services and whom staff can signpost to.
What support does this service provide?
- Support to manage alcohol/substance use addictions.
- Harm reduction
- Support with access to health professionals.
- Support around daily living skills and managing a tenancy/licence
- Have a sense of safety and security within their own home and contribute to the development of their project.
- Support to feel that they can reach their full potential and meet their aspirations.
- Support to maintain meaningful positive relationships.
- Support to feel part of the community.
How would people access this service?
To access our service, you will need to register as homeless/or at risk of homelessness with Housing Options and Access Point and meet the profile of the project. When the referral process is opened your worker can refer you.
Once accepted residents are expected to participate in their support planning and work towards a degree of independence where possible, meeting all aims and objectives set out by the Welsh Government.
Please make enquiries with our team if you would like to know more about the service.
How to get in touch with us
Telephone: 01792 674859
Address: ROADS, Sir John Morris House, 1 Tontine Street, Swansea, SA1 5BP