We work closely with the police, probation service and professionals across the health sector, and have found that this multi-agency approach is incredibly beneficial to both our residents and the local community.
We also run a community outreach service to support vulnerably housed people to sustain their tenancy and access the right support, preventing them from becoming homeless. Our commitment to the community we are lucky enough to be a part of is paramount. We are active members of the Safer St Austell and Safer Newquay partnerships and our beneficiaries frequently engage in community activities such as litter picks and bus shelter renovation.
By volunteering in activities both on and off site, residents and outreach clients can earn Time Credits which can be used in the local area, further aiding integration and social inclusion which is important for personal development.
Our main aim is to provide safe homes and life support for those who need it. Sadly rough sleeping and sofa surfing is prevalent across Cornwall, and we are proud to be providing a solution to this problem, and a viable pathway out of homelessness.