Floating Support for mental health
If you or someone you know is living with a mental health condition and requires personalised support to live independently, we offer outreach support that can be delivered in individual's homes.
Our outreach services are focussed on achieving positive outcomes for individuals with profound mental health conditions by working with them to develop and maintain life skills such as:
- Food shopping
- Support with finances
- Support to maintain tenancies
- Support to lead healthy lifestyles
- Social life and leisure activities
- Voluntary or work placements
- Community engagement.
This type of care focuses on helping you build on your strengths, providing you with opportunities to engage with community-based services and resources. We really want to help you achieve your personal goals and support your chosen way of life, ultimately helping you to be more independent.
Support workers can provide up to four hours of support per week, tailored to your specific needs or circumstances. This can also consist of one-to-one support from a peer mentor, getting involved in specialist group workshops and group activities, and more.
How can I access the service?
For more information about services in Birmingham or Peterborough please call 0800 111 4013.
Alternatively, if you live in the Lincolnshire area, you may be able to apply through the Lincolnshire Council. Please visit our Lincolnshire Floating support service page: