8 Springhill Close, Outwood, Wakefield, WF1 2PZ
Springhill Close is an accommodation based service to provide housing support to people with complex needs to give them the skills needed to move towards living independently.
The Service will provide recovery focussed housing related support to adults with multiple and complex needs living in 8 units (4 one bed flat and 4 bedsits) of accommodation at Springhill Close in Outwood Wakefield.
Facilities and services
- Flats/bedsits are equipped with fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, kitchen pack and table and 2 dining chairs. All units have their own single bed and sofa.
- Facilities for training or skills development e.g. communal facilities
- On-site training courses
- One-to-one support
The aims of the service
- To promote independent living skills to increase the service users ability to manage and maintain a tenancy
- To focus on harm reduction, recovery and resilience.
- To support service users to address their issues by working in partnership with appropriate specialist support services.
- To prevent re-offending
- To create opportunities for change and progression
- To promote positive approaches to health and wellbeing
Who we can help
- If you are resident in Wakefield or have a local connection to the Wakefield District
- Are aged 16 or over
- Are assessed as scoring 2 or above in the housing section and 3 or 4 in at least 4 other sections of the chaos index assessment.
- It can be evidenced you would benefit from the longer term, intensive support available at the Complex Needs Service (for example, referral information shows you have abandoned, been excluded from or struggled to achieve outcomes in other services or temporary accommodation, or that due to levels of needs the Assessment Pathway is unlikely to be able to achieve positive outcomes within contracted timescales).
- Have recourse to public funds such as Universal Credit (or Housing Benefit).
The referral process
- All referrals for the Service will be received through the Council’s Single Point of Access (SPOA)
- A referral form and chaos index assessment to be completed either by the referring party (where there is a third party) or by staff at the Single Point of Access. This will then be passed to the Pathway Coordinator and the service will contact the referred person within 3 calendar days of receiving the referral form.
To make a referral please find details below:
Email: SPA – [email protected]
Address: Housing Needs Service, Queen House, Queens Street, Wakefield, WF1 2PZ
Tel: 01924 304359
For more information
If you would like further details on this service please contact:-
Lorraine Banks – Pathways Co-ordinator
Tel: 01924 820431 Email: [email protected]