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HOMES for the HOMELESS

Our 
purpose

Providing a safe and welcoming home for the homeless is our purpose. It is not just a living space, it is a community. Our specialist team is dedicated to helping those in need whether they are being discharged from hospital, facing domestic abuse, are homeless, living in inadequate housing or dealing with any safeguarding issues. We believe that everyone deserves a place to call home, and we're committed to making this happen for those in need.

Who is this service for?

Our team at Claremont Living is passionate about assisting homeless individuals in finding their way back to stability and independence. We employ a variety of services and approaches tailored to meet individual needs, including counselling, housing support, and employment assistance. Our team is highly skilled, and our extensive experience within the NHS provides us with the knowledge to offer our clients the best possible care. If you're experiencing homelessness and need a helping hand, contact Claremont Living today.

How we help

Our housing discharge process begins when ward staff identify a patient’s housing need and make a referral to our team. A Housing Support Team is then allocated based on location and availability. The HPO conducts background checks and performs a thorough assessment with the patient to understand their specific housing requirements. Following this, the HPO refers the patient to a BCC-accredited housing provider. Once the provider accepts the referral, a comprehensive discharge plan is developed and implemented, ensuring that the patient is successfully discharged to suitable accommodation.

This will ensure that everyone will be:

  • Housed by a Birmingham City Council accredited provider

  • Accommodated in a safe and secure space

  • Discharged without delay

  • Less likely be admitted to hospital

Our support is always tailored to your needs. Contact us to find out more about our services.

YOUR WORDS

Anonymous

"Today I live in my own flat. I have a full-time job and I am working hard to improve my mobility and lose weight. Without the Homeless Pathway, my Social Worker and the Workers at Summerhill, I wouldn't have made it, I owe them my life"
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