People who are homeless can find it very difficult to find a place to live. Buying a house is almost certainly out of the question, local authorities have big waiting lists and there is very little housing association accommodation available.
The importance of family life cannot be underestimated. Healthy relationships within the family are essential to the well-being of children and adults, as well as society in general
Families and Individuals can access a walk in social work service four afternoons each week. Information and advice on family related matters, as well as on entitlements and welfare issues is offered.
The Meals on Wheels service is available to elderly people, housebound people, disabled people and to people who are unable to provide a hot meal for themselves.
Through the CSC Co-ordinator we support the work of the Children’s Services Committee whose role is to secure better outcomes for children.
The main objective of CE is to assist people who are long-term unemployed to re-enter the labour market through the provision of training and work experience (on a fixed term basis in jobs based within local communities).