The Arden Service is situated over 2 sites in the south of Glasgow with nine flats in Arden and 6 more in Govanhill. The service provides housing support to people with mental ill health and aims to enable people to live independently in their local community. Though the staff are present 24 hours per day. Support is based on individually assessed hours tailored to the needs, wants, wishes and lifestyle choices of each user.
The Arden Project provides services for adults over 18 years of age who experience mental health problems.
Referrals are made by local authority Care Managers or health professionals. A single shared assessment will be carried out with the service users needs and desires at the centre of all discussions. Service users' will be invited to visit the project prior to moving, in order to get to know staff and other service users and to ensure that they are confident that the service will meet their needs.
24 hour flexible support from an experienced and committed staff team
A named key worker.
A person centred and regularly reviewed care support plan developed with the service user which recognises their individual rights, needs and choices.
A drop-in service within the communal area of the staff flat.
A safe, secure and enabling living environment.
Support to enable the service user to expand their capabilities and achievements by accessing a range of community services, resources and activities; to live a life rich in purpose and personal fulfilment and to achieve all they can.
Support to enable the service users to develop and maintain social networks, recreational, educational and/or occupational interests.
Support to access appropriate health care, counselling and advice.
The project is registered and inspected by the Care Inspectorate.
Reports are available on request.
Tel: 0141 621 0236