Our dedicated Support Workers provide one-to-one support to over 7,000 people each year, developing personal, tailored support plans that are appropriate for the individual.
Our customers include:
- 3100 older people
- over 800 people with mental health issues
- over 400 people with learning disabilities
- over 600 refugees and asylum seekers
- 250 homeless people and families.
We also work with many groups of people who experience varying levels of social exclusion, such as women and gay men escaping domestic violence, offenders or people at risk of reoffending, young people, people with substance misuse or addiction issues and people living with HIV and AIDS.