What is CARE Community Support?
At CARE we offer short term and long term support to individuals or families. People can come along to our Open House access points located in Grimsby and/or Immingham (dependent on location). Our term short support can usually be worked through together in a timely manner, and our long-term support usually lasts up to 2 years and designates said client with a 1:1 support worker. Offering guidance to help beneficiaries reach their potential within the community and in their homes.
We have an amazing team of Support Workers who always go above and beyond, offering support, guidance, and mentoring to those who require it.
The CARE Community Support project provides a holistic support model encompassing the following key areas;
(Attending places, Emotional Support, Improving Relationships, Advocacy, Volunteering, Employment, Education, Future Aspirations)
(Tenancy Sustainment, Sourcing & Accessing Housing, Repairs, Relationship breakdown, Domestic Violence, Rent, Benefits)
(Benefits, Debt, Budgeting, Medical Assessments, Appeals/ Tribunals)
(Accessing health services, Alcohol Dependency, Substance Dependency, Gambling Addiction, Mental Health, Physical health)
Improving Life Skills
(Reading letters and understanding, Managing and paying utilities, Attending appointments, Dealing with other agencies)
Access to Basic Needs
(Food, Utilities, Furniture)
Want to get in touch?
If you are in need of some help or guidance please don't hesitate from contacting us on 01472 232310 or visiting us at our Open House support sessions which can be accessed at the following times:
Grimsby Access Point
18 Hainton Avenue,
Monday to Friday
9am to 3:30pm
Immingham Access Point
Civic Centre Hub,
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Want to apply for community support?
Please fill in an application form and return it to us via email: email@example.com.
Or pop into one of our access points above and get a member of staff to help you fill one out.