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The Recovery Network

KeyRing

The Recovery Network is a therapeutic support system that is jointly provided by Addicts 4 Addicts (a social enterprise providing access to high quality therapeutic interventions/ recovery support for those without the financial means to arrange this themselves) and KeyRing (a charity that supports vulnerable adults to live independently/integrate into the community). As one service user states: “KeyRing has helped me at a critical time of my recovery. After putting the work in to achieve a fair time of abstinence it has enabled me to address and work on the many mental health problems I have and to try and help me to overcome some of them and move forward in my life.”

ExtraCare's Wellbeing Programme

The ExtraCare Charitable Trust

ExtraCare’s Wellbeing Programme was developed in 2002, in partnership with older people who live at ExtraCare’s Schemes and Villages. The concept was launched following a survey, which highlighted that 75% of residents at one location had not accessed any health screening via their GPs or the NHS. A pilot screening scheme subsequently identified 122 previously undetected conditions amongst a population of just 136, highlighting a clear need for the Programme.

Home Works

East Sussex County Council

Home Works is a short-term floating housing support service which is accessible for all working-age (aged 16-64) adults who feel they needed support with independent living skills, resilience and improving their wellbeing. Rather than being limited to residents of particular housing associations Home Works supports people living in a variety of circumstances (the majority renting privately or in insecure housing) across East Sussex.

STEPS to Stay Independent

East Sussex County Council

STEPS to Stay Independent is a short term housing support service provided to older people in East Sussex, enabling them to retain or regain independent living skills so they can continue to live in their own home or move to one that better meets their needs. It is part of the Supporting People programme in East Sussex, alongside another preventative programme Home Works, and extra care and supported housing.

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