St.Anne's has a range of services in Sheffield.
Bevin Court hostel
Bevin Court is a hostel for homeless men aged 18+ who need temporary accommodation. For those who need it, the hostel provides immediate accommodation, support, advice, encouragement, education, but the main aim is to help people to find their own secure accommodation which is appropriate for their needs and preferences.
The hostel operates a Key Worker system which means clients will have 2 or 3 named workers issues or problems can be discussed with. A support plan will be agreed with clients to help them to achieve a goal or just to work things out.
Resettlement Workers are available to assist in finding accommodation, apply for grants, and offer support once accommodation has been obtained.There are weekly training sessions to assist in budgeting, cooking and having a healthy diet.
Community based support for people with mental health needs
This service aims to help people live independently by offering regular, planned, practical, emotional and social support to the individual and their carer. The service complements the work in the community health team and other organisations working in the South East of Sheffield. For example, Support Workers will advise on daily living skills, accommodation problems, personal finances, employment and mental and physical health issues.
The City Wide Resettlement (CWRT) Team
The CWRT team comprises of Resettlement and Tenancy Support Workers. The team works with homeless people to empower them to live as independent a life as possible. A needs assessment is carried out from which a support plan is agreed. Help can be given with, for example, accessing interim or secure accommodation, enabling full benefits to be claimed, helping to obtain furniture and signposting to relevant specialist agencies. CWRT Leaflet
Supported Living Service
The service aims to enable people to live as independently as possible by offering regular, planned, practical one to one support to the individual and their carer. Support Workers will encourage clients to, for example, develop daily living skills, keep the home environment safe and clean, attend appointments with their dentist/optician, and encourage social interaction and offer emotional support. The level of support clients receive is adjusted as needs change. A regular review process means that the service remains sensitive to people’s needs. Leaflet