Supported Living Case Studies

Homelessness Case Study: Harvey

Harvey Saunders at the Brighton and Hove Foyer

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.

Learning Disability Case Study: Joshua

 Joshua on his fishing trip.

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.

Homelessness Case Study: Chelsea Bell

Weston Foyer resident Chelsea Bell.

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.

Mental Health Case Study: James

James overcame his social anxiety to help out. Photo posed by model

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.

Homelessness Case Study: Zak Sharif

Zak with his A-level results

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.

Carers Case study: Jaqueline Nicholson

Jaqueline Nicholson

One year after becoming a full time carer for her husband George, Jacqueline Nicholson found herself becoming drained, exhausted and often forgetful.

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