Elim Housing

About Elim Housing

Lanercost

11 1 bed self-contained flats – bed, fridge/freezer and cooker provided

Other facilities provided are:

Staff office on ground floor
Private outside space

We provide housing and support for young parents – single or couples aged between 16 to 25 years.

Priory is a level 4 service meaning that we provide low support
Staff are on site Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
On-call service provided 24hrs 7 days a week
Weekly support sessions
Accessing to groups off site for you and your child’s needs
Guidance and support around social services and child protection

Our accommodation is based at:

2a Lanercost Road
Southmead
Bristol BS10 6HW
BS4 2QL

All referrals come to us via Bristol City Council’s housing support register

Any questions are queries please contact us and we will be happy to help

Telephone - 01179774528
Website – www.elimhousing.co.uk/supportservices


Priory Court

5 rooms with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities – bed and storage provided
10 1 bed self-contained flats – bed, table, storage, fridge/freezer and cooker provided

Other facilities provided are:

Staff office and staff room on ground floor
Staff on site 24 hours
Shared laundry room
Residents lounge
Play room
Private courtyard in between shared house and flats

We provide housing and support for 15 single young parents aged between 16 to 25 years.

Priory is a level 1 service meaning that we provide high support
Staff are on site 24hrs 7 days a week (providing an on call service between the hours of 11:30pm-7:30am)
Twice weekly support sessions
Accessing to groups on and off site for you and your child’s needs
Guidance and support around social services and child protection

Our accommodation is based at:

328 Wells Road
Knowle
Bristol
BS4 2QL

All referrals come to us via Bristol City Council’s housing support register

Pathways Covered

Accommodation

Overview

At Elim Housing we want to make a positive difference to the lives of the people we support. We recognise that we are all individuals and that one size does not fit all.

We have created a service which is designed to support your individual needs and is flexible enough to respond to those needs.

We want the focus to be on your aspirations for the future. By this, we mean that we concentrate on positives and support every person to overcome obstacles and barriers, to enable them to get to where they want to be.

We provide support in a number of different ways:
One to one meetings
Group meetings
Skills for life workshops
Through partnerships with other specialist agencies
Over the phone
Via e-mail

What we do

Lanercost

 11 1 bed self-contained flats – bed, fridge/freezer and cooker provided

 Other facilities provided are:

 Staff office on ground floor

Private outside space

 We provide housing and support for young parents – single or couples aged between 16 to 25 years. 

Lanercost is a level 4 service meaning that we provide low support

Staff are on site Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm

On-call service provided 24hrs 7 days a week

Weekly support sessions

Accessing to groups off site for you and your child’s needs

Guidance and support around social services and child protection

 Our accommodation is based at:

 2a Lanercost Road

Southmead

Bristol BS10 6HW

BS4 2QL

 

Priory Court

 5 rooms with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities – bed and storage provided

10 1 bed self-contained flats – bed, table, storage, fridge/freezer and cooker provided

 Other facilities provided are:

 Staff office and staff room on ground floor

Staff on site 24 hours

Shared laundry room

Residents lounge

Play room

Private courtyard in between shared house and flats

We provide housing and support for 15 single young parents aged between 16 to 25 years.   

Priory is a level 1 service meaning that we provide high support

Staff are on site 24hrs 7 days a week (providing an on call service between the hours of 11:30pm-7:30am)

Twice weekly support sessions

Accessing to groups on and off site for you and your child’s needs

Guidance and support around social services and child protection

 Our accommodation is based at:

 328 Wells Road

Knowle

Bristol

BS4 2QL

 

 

How to access

How to apply?

All referrals come to us via Bristol City Council’s housing support register

Any questions are queries please contact us and we will be happy to help

Telephone - 01179774528

Website – www.elimhousing.co.uk/supportservices

Healthy Relationships, Sex Work and Females

Overview

Phoenix Place provides housing and low level support to women only. We can accommodate up 55 women aged 16-64. This includes pregnant women and up to 4 women with babies.

This is short term accommodation funded by Bristol City Council and we aim to move people on and into more permanent accommodation of their own within 9 months.

What we do

We believe each applicant has the right to be assessed on an individual basis and on their own merit.

We work constructively with risk to make sure our service is inclusive and accessible.

More details in the 'How to Access' section

The staff team at Phoenix Place provide tailored support to women, so that they may build the necessary independent living skills and confidence to secure and maintain more independent living, through various routes such as;

• Further supported housing
• Private Renting
• Other Housing Associations
• Local Authority Housing
• Young Parents and / or Mother and Baby accommodation
• Where appropriate and safe we also work and support residents to return home to family members and /or friends.

Where we do it

Phoenix Place, Pump Lane, Redcliffe, Bristol. BS1 6NW

Phoenix Place Office: 0117 927 3844

How to access

How to apply?

All of our referrals come from Bristol City Councils Housing and Support Register.

For more information on how to apply please contact our staff team, (details below), and we will be more than happy to advise you.

Alternatively you can visit the Bristol City Council website.


Contact us

If you would like to know more about Phoenix Place please contact the Phoenix Place staff team:

Telephone – 0117 927 3844

E-mail - supportservices@elimhousing.co.uk

A thorough risk assessment process is completed with applicants to help us decide on the suitability of our service for each applicant.  This may also include assessment of or discussion with other relevant people.  We also consider the current dynamic of the project when assessing any applicant. 

Women with drug and alcohol issues, serious offenders or offenders with a history of violence and related convictions will need to show a degree of motivation towards change.   This will include providing evidence before your interview of ongoing engagement with relevant specialist services.  For example, applicants with alcohol and substance misuse would need to show they have been stable for 8- 12 weeks and on some form of recovery plan.

Convictions of arson would be considered very carefully on a case by case basis.

All decisions are based on full disclosure of information and where available previous risk management plans. The causes of behaviours and risks are treated in a considered and balanced way by our trained and experienced staff.

Our assessment of need and suitability may include multi agency meetings if we feel that this will help us make a more informed decision and produce a successful outcome.

As we house women with babies, women with an offending history & convictions of harm towards children and young people will not be considered suitable for housing and support at Phoenix Place.

If it is clear that an applicant cannot be housed and supported safely at Phoenix Place, we will provide advice and guidance on other services which may better meet their needs.

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