About the project
Gloucester Terrace is a 24 hour Domiciliary Care, temporary Supported Housing service which is designed to meet the needs for those who experience serious mental illness (SMI), have complex needs and require high levels of support.
The Recovery process is managed using Adferiad Recovery’s Recovery Programme; this is used to promote empowerment and self-management, a commitment to progress and applying a whole person approach. The scheme is to support occupants to establish a stable safe home, develop life skills in the community and to maximise their opportunity for independent living.
It is anticipated that people will move through the Project as part of their journey towards independence.
Gloucester Terrace is a shared accommodation for up to 6 occupants.
The 24 hour support includes one sleep in staff and one waking night staff member.
To be eligible to live in Gloucester Terrace you must be under the Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) with a lead need of serious mental illness.
The referral process is as follows: –
Contact Marie Balchin (Pembrokeshire Housing Service Manager) or Michelle Miscisz (Adferiad Recovery Registered Manager) who will send out a referral form which needs to be completed and sent back to Marie & Michelle with an up to date Care and Treatment Plan (CTP) and Risk Assessment.
Adferiad Recovery Housing panel will assess (including meeting and assessing the individual referred).
In the meantime, your Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN), Social Worker must complete a funding pack which is to be submitted to the Pembrokeshire County Council & Hywel Dda Funding Panel.
This funding panel ill assess and decide whether the placement at Gloucester Terrace can be agreed.
If & when the decision has been agreed for placement, The Adferiad Recovery Service Manager / Registered Manager will contact you and your Care Coordinator to meet, organise a move in date.