About the project
The Adferiad Pembrokeshire Mental Health Community project provides floating support to individuals who are experiencing challenges with their mental health. The support is to help people become fully independent within their communities.
The project has been established for many years and has a very experienced staff team, some of over 20 years working with Adferiad (formerly Hafal).
Community support enables individuals to access their community through support in acquiring new skills so that they are able to live more independently.
We offer support based on people’s needs and aspirations. This can include support with:
- Enabling individuals to maintain their own tenancies reducing the risk of homelessness.
- Promote engagement in meaningful activities within local community, social activities, and seek opportunities in volunteering, training, education.
- Empower individuals to ask for support & help to prevent relapses.
- Community support enables individuals to access their community through support in acquiring new skills so that they are able to live more independently.
All the support provided needs to be within the strict Housing Support Grant guidelines which are based around the housing needs of the individual.
Eligibility / Referral Process
We offer this community support in partnership with Pembrokeshire County Council throughout Pembrokeshire.
You can access Community Support which can be funded by Pembrokeshire County Council. You will need to be referred to Pembrokeshire County Council Housing Support Grant Team. The individual support is then provided to organisations on the Councils Framework.
If Adferiad Recovery is identified as the preferred support provider, we will then contact the individual to arrange a visit, plan with the person how to meet their identified needs, agree start date of support.