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Sanctuary Supported Living - Berners Street

Sanctuary Supported Housing provide a supported housing service for single homeless people with support needs. 

Who to contact

Name
Joyce Long
Position
Local Service Manager
Telephone
01473 286 273
Email
joyce.long@sanctuary-housing.co.uk
Address
Sanctuary Supported Housing
The Meeting Room
21-23 Berners Street
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP1 3LN

Where to go

Name
Berners Street
Address
21-25
Berners Street
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP1 3LN
Area served
Ipswich, South Ipswich, East Ipswich, North Ipswich, West Ipswich
Venue Website
https://www.sanctuary-supported-living.co.uk/supported-living
Restrictions to access
Restricted to single homeless people aged 16 - 64. Couples are excluded.
Notes

12 self-contained flats providing supported accommodation in central Ipswich for people 18-65 yrs.

Also 1 shared flat able to accommodate 2 mothers and babies

Support provided is tailor made to each individual’s needs, and aspirations. A key worker is allocated to each individual and seen on a regular basis. Support is provided to engage in volunteer opportunities, work or training. We also support to enhance budgeting skills and day to day life skills. We focus on re-engaging within the local community to offer social opportunities for those that may be excluded. Partnership working is a paramount part of our work to offer the best opportunities for our residents.

Days & Times

Please phone 01473 221311 for more details

Other details

Age Groups
Adults

Accreditation website
http://www.suffolk.gov.uk/care-and-support/adult-social-care/supporting-people/

Notes

This supported accommodation is provided for single people aged 16 - 64 who are homeless or about to become homeless. There is on site support and an alarm/on call system. The support is designed to enable the participant: move-on accommodation works as a step towards independent living. Referral route: Social Services, Housing Department, Non-Statutory Agency or self referral.

Last Updated
26/09/2016

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