The Clubhouse Network offers support to anyone who has experience of mental health problems, providing social and leisure opportunities to promote wellbeing and social inclusion and to enhance self-esteem.
Provides supported housing and floating support for people with learning difficulties.
The service gives adults with mental health issues the opportunity to live in a more independent environment but with 24 hour support or tenancy on call.
A short term service offering a safe space to people in mental distress or crisis for whom a hospital admission is neither wanted or needed.
Support for anyone aged over 18 in Staffordshire who are living with self-harm or who has experienced suicidal thoughts at the point when a hospital visit or admission is neither wanted or needed.
Emotional support for people concerned about their mental health or that of someone they know.
Social prescribing, sometimes referred to as community referral, is a means of enabling GPs, nurses, and other primary care professionals to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services.
Providing support to women to help change aspects in their life that may lead to offending.
VOICES supports people with multiple needs, working with them to identify what works in promoting sustainable recovery with a focus on developing and utilising people’s assets, talents and motivations.