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CAIS' Supported Housing Projects enable people to live independently in the community by providing accommodation and practical support to learn the skills needed to keep a tenancy.
This service offers support to people who are concerned about their alcohol or drug use, and/or need help with keeping a tenancy, or need support to live safely in their own home.
Examples of the type of support offered are:
To be eligible for the service you must:
Doorstop Floating Support Scheme
This service is for offenders or those at risk of offending who have a chaotic lifestyle due to a drug or alcohol issue (current or past). The service aims to reduce the offending behaviour and to address the substance misuse to enable the service user to maintain their tenancy/secure a longer term tenancy. The scheme is for people over the age of 16 who are in 28 day emergency accommodation, temporary accommodation with a promise of a tenancy, or have their own tenancy. Service users must be willing to address their offending behaviour, be in/willing to be in treatment, and be motivated to change their lifestyle.
Doorstop Accommodation Scheme
This service is for prison leavers only who have a drug issue. The service aims to reduce the offending behaviour and to address the substance misuse. The scheme is for people over the age of 18 and is single person occupancy. Service users must be willing to address their offending behaviour, be in/willing to be in treatment, and be motivated to change their lifestyle.
For full details on how to refer to this service contact:
0345 06 121 12
CAIS Supporting People is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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