Supporting people with mental health conditions

Achieve together supports people with mental health conditions in supporting living, residential homes or through outreach support. Support is aimed at aiding rehabilitation, maintaining good stability with the person’s mental health and allowing the person to thrive in their life.

Achieve together supports people with a wide range of mental health needs. These can include personality disorders, mood disorders, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, schizophrenia and dementia. Many who have chosen Achieve together to support them have endured a number of hospital admissions. They may experience a range of additional life challenges including PTSD, poor physical health and relationship issues. Further life challenges are difficulties with addictions, sleep disorders, hoarding, self-neglect, self-harm and/or suicidal ideation.

We enable people with mental health needs to fulfil their potential on a long-term basis. Once Achieve together has been chosen to provide mental health support, individuals are involved in many aspects of planning their support which enables us to provide bespoke plans of support, and create person-centred risk, and crisis/relapse prevention plans. Within planning a lot of focus is on enhancing self-confidence, esteem and empowerment.

Our pro-active teams support initiatives to help people relearn the skills required for daily living to enhance independence and minimise support. We do so in collaboration with the person, and local statutory and community/voluntary services.

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Find your local support options by searching our residential, supported living, outreach at home and day services, filtering by your support needs, or for those with current vacancies.

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