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.

Through national campaigns, we can collectively make a difference and promote inclusion for all, by raising awareness of the challenges faced by the people we support.

Read about some of the national campaigns that we support and have been involved with.

World Homeless Day is marked annually around the world on 10 October. It aims to raise awareness of the needs of homeless people and how to help make a difference in the community. Read more about the accommodation and personalised support we provide for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, or read residents’ stories.

Starts At Home Day, which is led by the National Housing Federation, is an opportunity to celebrate the importance of supported housing services, like those run by Sanctuary Supported Living. Our supported housing services provide tailored accommodation, care and support for some of the most vulnerable people in our communities.

We believe that with the right housing and support in place, these people can turn their lives around, make positive changes for the future and feel confident that they can live as independently as possible. Read our resident stories for real-life experiences of how supported accommodation can give people the chance they need to turn their lives around, including our latest story from Joe, a young person who hasn’t had an easy start in life but now has a happy and promising future ahead.

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Learning Disability Week is an annual campaign led by Mencap, which aims to raise awareness of issues which are important to people with learning disabilities. Recent themes have included sport and inclusion, and art and creativity. Sanctuary Supported Living gets involved in Learning Disability Week each year, by sharing stories from residents with learning disabilities who are living life to the full, thanks to receiving the personalised accommodation and support they need.

Mental Health Awareness Week is held every year and is led by the Mental Health Foundation. Sanctuary Supported Living services take part in the campaign to encourage residents and staff to talk about their experiences with mental health. Recent topics have included sleep and body image. To find out more about the services we provide for people with mental health needs, visit our mental health page or read residents’ stories.

The World Federation for Mental Health marks World Mental Health Day on 10 October every year. At Sanctuary Supported Living, we believe it is a great opportunity to raise awareness of mental health problems and start conversations around the importance of good mental health. Find out more about our specialist services for people with mental health needs, and read some of our residents’ stories about their mental health journeys.

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