A Waterloo man who overcame bullying and substance misuse to thrive as an artist is sharing the story of his journey as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Supported Living Case Studies
A Cannock resident who has explored her own mental health through her love of poetry has inspired other poets across the town, as well as residents and staff at the support service where she lives.
Parents of an Ipswich woman who experienced confidence and self-esteem issues say a plan offering personalised support has ‘brought their daughter back’.
A young Brighton resident who faced the possibility of homelessness is following the career of his dreams and preparing to live independently, after staying in a local supported housing service.
A Chelmsford supported housing resident has shown ‘reel’ enthusiasm as he ‘tackles’ a new hobby for the first time and pays tribute to his late grandfather.
A Weston teen who overcame homelessness and an eating disorder has been inspired to pursue a career in youth work, following her time in supported housing.
A Salisbury man whose social anxiety has seen him reluctant to leave his supported housing flat overcame his fears when he rushed to the aid of a driver in a nearby car accident.
Karen has been able to continue to make the most of social opportunities despite her diagnosis of dementia, Downs Syndrome and learning disabilities thanks to the help of Sanctuary Supported Living (SSL).
Zak Sharif, 19, first moved to Sanctuary Supported Living’s Anglesea Road five months ago, after being asked to leave his parents’ home as a result of his anger control issues.
One year after becoming a full time carer for her husband George, Jacqueline Nicholson found herself becoming drained, exhausted and often forgetful.