WHO WE HOUSE

TYPE A RESIDENT

SHORT TERM NEED TO GET BACK ON FEET 6 MONTHS STAY.

Relationship breakdown, death of caregiver, depression + anxiety, care leaver.

SUPPORT PATHWAY 

MOVE ON 

Most likely back home / in with partner / private rent.

TYPE B RESIDENT

SHORT TERM NEED BUT SITUATION A BIT MORE COMPLEX 18 MONTHS STAY.

 Suicide attempt, Relationship breakdown, death of caregiver, depression + anxiety, young parent, Autism, learning difficulty, abusive childhood.

SUPPORT PATHWAY 

MOVE ON 

Most likely in with partner / private rent.

TYPE C RESIDENT

COMPLEX NEEDS / TWO OR MORE SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS - 1- 5 YEARS


The dual diagnosis element of the resident usually means that they have "fallen through" the services that they require. Have simply been unable to meet basic requirements of life due to mental Ill health language or literacy issues. Likely to use alcohol / cannabis on a daily basis.

SUPPORT PATHWAY 


The aim is to reengage with statutory services, minimise self medication behaviours and get to a point of steady functionality.

May do voluntary work.

MOVE ON 

Most likely in to social housing landlord - one bed flat.

TYPE D RESIDENT

UNABLE TO SETTLE / DISAGREES WITH RULES / WONT PAY FOR SERVICES 

STAY  WEEKS  TO YEARS

Residents either have presented well during assessment or have  had a shift in mental health or relapse.

SUPPORT PATHWAY 

We aim to offer the service to all those in need, sometimes the timing is not right, damage or addiction is too much. In these cases we work with a resident to find accommodation that meets their needs.

MOVE ON 

Are most likely to be evicted due to combative behaviour to system.

TYPE E RESIDENT

LONG TERM STABLE 

Residents are either referred straight into our group homes by the support provider or are type C residents who wish to stay with CPG.

SUPPORT PATHWAY 

Residents have achieved a level of stability and able to function day to day. The support offered is centred around safeguarding and ensuring all financial / medical / physical needs are in place (advocacy).

Well being and reducing Isolation and loneliness are key at this stage ensuring minimal self harm behaviours and dependency on primary health and emergency services.

MOVE ON 

Nursing Care / Death