Service: BRICSS

Service: BRICSS

Phone 01274 648904 | Email (& referrals): bricss@hortonhousing.co.uk  Bradford Respite Intermediate Care Support Service (BRICSS) is a home from hospital scheme for people who are homeless or living in unsuitable accommodation and are being discharged from hospital. Run in partnership with Bevan Healthcare, the scheme provides short-term, temporary accommodation for people who need support with health and housing after leaving hospital. It helps to reduce ‘bed blocking’ in local hospitals. We have 13 en-suite rooms with communal facilities as well as four self-contained flats with wheelchair accessible facilities. A ‘Pathway’ team is based in hospitals to identify clients who may benefit from the care offered by BRICSS. The service was a finalist in the UK Housing Awards in 2015 in the ‘Meeting Specialist Housing Needs’ category. BRICSS also won a Community…
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Service: Group Living for Young People

Service: Group Living for Young People

Phone 01274 370689 | Write: Group Living Service, Horton Housing, c/o Chartford House, 54 Little Horton Lane, Bradford,BD5 0BS. Residential Support for Young People Our Group Living Services in Bradford offer residential support for young people who are leaving care or in need of accommodation or are unaccompanied asylum seekers aged between 16 and 18 years old. We have three properties in Bradford which are staffed 24/7. Young people have their own rooms or self-contained flat and shared facilities including lounge, laundry and garden. All accommodation is fully furnished. The aim of the service is to provide short-term accommodation and support to young people to help them develop independent living skills. Clients are supported to move on to longer-term accommodation and can get help with a range of issues such…
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Service: New Communities

Service: New Communities

A partnership approach, working with Bradford Council and Bevan Healthcare CIC, to provide housing, healthcare and wrap-around support to help refugees settle into their new life in the UK. The resettlement programmes we manage offer humanitarian protection and prioritise help for survivors of torture and violence, women and children at risk, and those in need of medical care. Clients receive support to settle into the UK. This includes: Housing-related support (e.g. help to manage a tenancy, set up bills) Health screening ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Education assessments Individual needs assessments to develop support and integration plans Community engagement Welfare benefits advice Support into employment and Job Search advice. Our support is designed to help individuals and families integrate and live independently in the UK. Referrals Referrals to…
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Service: NewStart

Phone 01274 381995 NewStart provides supported accommodation and floating (visiting) support for high risk male and female offenders and ex-offenders aged 16 and over. The service is for those with a high degree of housing need who are at risk of re-offending. The service is aimed at people who may have experienced homelessness or are at risk of homelessness. NewStart at Home provides support in your own home or temporary accommodation, including properties managed by other social or private landlords or to people who own their home. NewStart in the Community provides 15 units of supported accommodation, in Bradford and Shipley. Each property is self-contained and fully furnished. The support is short-term, usually for three to six months, and you will get support to live independently and secure longer-term accommodation.…
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Service: Bradford Homeless Partnership

Service: Bradford Homeless Partnership

Phone 01274 381990 | Email: homeless.partnership@hortonhousing.co.uk The Bradford Homeless Partnership is delivered in partnership by Horton Housing and Bradford Cyrenians. The service offers temporary and emergency accommodation for people in the Bradford District who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Our hostel accommodation comprises single and family-sized units with 24/7 onsite support. We also have units available across Bradford which have a lower level of on-site staffing but support is still available 24/7. The service is short-term, usually three to six months. To be eligible, you need to be assessed as being statutory homeless and in priority housing need or your homeless housing status is pending investigation. To access the service, you need to be assessed by Bradford Council’s Housing Options Service Single Point of Access (Jigsaw). Referrals All…
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