Holliday Road

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Description

Holliday Road is part of the Birmingham Complex Needs Service and supports customers with mental health and complex needs.

Tel:0121 523 8867

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    The service supports men and women over the age of 21 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness as well as experiencing unmet complex needs, such as substance misuse issues, mental health issues, offending behaviour, history of self harm, behavioural issues, physical health needs, mild learning difficulties and vulnerability due to lifestyle/age. We provide a package of support that is defined by the customer and is designed to meet each individual’s unique set of needs. We also work in conjunction with both statutory and voluntary agencies to ensure that people have access to flexible packages of support designed to move with and adapt as the person moves through the service and into long term appropriate accommodation.

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The service supports men and women over the age of 21 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness as well as experiencing unmet complex needs, such as substance misuse issues, mental health issues, offending behaviour, history of self harm, behavioural issues, physical health needs, mild learning difficulties and vulnerability due to lifestyle/age. We provide a package of support that is defined by the customer and is designed to meet each individual’s unique set of needs. We also work in conjunction with both statutory and voluntary agencies to ensure that people have access to flexible packages of support designed to move with and adapt as the person moves through the service and into long term appropriate accommodation.

Are you eligible to apply?

Referrals to the service are accepted via other Midland Heart services or external agencies such as Probation, Mental Health Services, HM Prison services, Birmingham Changing Futures and other external agencies.

Referrals can be sent via email to Birmingham.Complexneeds@Midlandheart.org.uk.  The service is funded through Birmingham Supporting People.