Campaigns

Connecting with residents about what matters to them and promoting the benefits of supported housing is really important to us at Sanctuary Supported Living. Read about the national campaigns that we support and have been involved with.

World Homeless Day 2020

World Homelessness Day is marked annually around the world on 10 October and aims to raise awareness of the needs of homeless people and help make a difference in the community.

Read more about the homelessness services we provide and see our residents stories.

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World Mental Health Day 2020

The World Health Organisation (WHO) marks World Mental Health Day on 10 October every year. This year's theme is 'mental health for all'.

Find out more about our mental health services and read some of our residents stories about their mental health journeys.

Previous campaigns:

Listed below are some of the previous campaigns Sanctuary Supported Living has supported.

Living Well

Having stable, safe homes has never been more important, and the National Housing Federation's Homes at the Heart campaign has given us a fantastic opportunity to celebrate how we do just that.

Comprising six campaign weeks of action, the focus for the week beginning 24 August is 'Living Well', showcasing the value of supported housing.

Read stories from some of our staff and residents whose lives have been turned around by supported housing:

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To mark World Homeless Day 2019, an annual event aimed at highlighting the needs of homeless people and celebrating the good work being done to prevent homelessness, we gathered a range of stories from our staff and residents:

Starts At Home Day, led by the National Housing Federation, gave us a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the value of staff and residents in our supported housing services across the country. Read stories from some of our residents whose lives have been positively impacted by supported housing:

Sanctuary residents support Starts at Home

Learning Disability Week 2019

    Learning Disability Week 2019, led by Mencap, raised awareness of issues important to people with learning disabilities under the theme of sport and inclusion.

    We shared some stories from Sanctuary Supported Living residents who do not let their learning disability get in the way of staying active. These are available to read below.

    At Sanctuary Supported Living we were proud to support Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, led by the Mental Health Foundation.

    We shared videos through our YouTube channel and spread the word about mental health through resident stories from residents.

    As well as having dedicated mental health services, Sanctuary Supported Living looks after the mental wellbeing of all its staff and residents. We offer a comprehensive benefits package for staff including an Employee Advice Service and 24-hour telephone support for residents when staff are not onsite, amongst other support.

    Mental Health Awareness Week 2019

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