For Homeless men with complex needs.
For homeless men with complex needs.
In almost all cases, residents who are looking to move on from GROW are free to seek council housing. This can be either locally or in the wider area.
Occasionally we are given a number opportunities to nominate our residents in order for them with the bidding process to secure council accommodation. For many councils, social housing is extremely limited and Watford is no different in this regard. Our staff have very good connections with the team of local Housing Officers and we will do all we can to help our residents.
Support to access private rented accommodation.
£660.00 raised so far
Our residents welfare is obviously of paramount importance. An integral part of our facility is to oversee and control the use prescribed prescription medication should our residents need this. Our trained staff work closely with a variety of health care workers including, doctors, dentists, probation and mental health workers to ensure that the needs of the individual resident are met fully and completely.
Once our residents are on the road to their own personal recovery, we offer and encourage each of them to gradually re-integrate back into society.
This could be via a voluntary work programme or scheme, further education, work based training, paid part-time work or even, on the rare occasion, drug and alcohol counselling courses.
Our staff are well connected in and around the Watford area and we will do all we can to facilitate any available opportunities for personal development.