Colebrook SW Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation that has been supporting communities in and around Plymouth for over 35 years. We pride ourselves in putting people at the heart of what we do and strive to make a difference to local people and communities.
We run many different services that include:
We currently manage two community centres in Plymouth; William Sutton Memorial Hall in St Budeaux and William Sutton Village Hall in Crownhill. There are many different groups and events that happen in our community centres open to both the general public and our service users. The centres are also available to hire.
We have provided high quality housing and flexible packages of support for people with mental health problems and/or learning disabilities since February 1983.
We now have seven properties in and around Plymouth
- Belgrave Road
- Church House
- Headland Park
- Hillpark Crescent
- Pasley Street
- Seaton Avenue
- Woodland Terrace Flats.
Healthwatch works in a network of 152 local Healthwatch organisations in England. Together, they are working to make sure consumers and service users have a voice with health and social care decision makers.
Heads Count is a user led network for people who access mental health services, carers and everyone with experience of or affected by mental health matters in and around the city of Plymouth.
Outreach consists of two services which deliver support to people in their own homes - On Track Floating Support and Tailor Made Support
The On Track Floating Support Service is aimed at enabling vulnerable people over the age of 18 who require housing-related support to access or maintain independent living, specifically those people who are not eligible for client specific services and are not linked to statutory services.
Tailor Made Support (TMS) offers personalised support packages to help you meet your needs. We understand support means different things to different people, which is why we will work with you to design a personally tailored package to directly meet your requirements. We have a team of very experienced, flexible and committed staff who will support you to maintain your independence, make positive choices and enhance your quality of life. Our staff are the public face of our organisation and it's paramount that they take the culture and ethos of Colebrook with them on every support session that they undertake.
Activities we can offer
- Enabling - Self-motivation and emotional support, promoting independence, learning about rights and mediation, help with appointments such as the hospital and GPs.
- In the home - Light domestic tasks, shopping or meal planning, laundry, cooking, gardening, pet care and support, managing money, debts, bills and direct payments.
- Out and about - Employment, training and education, socialising, hobbies and interests.
- Short term or one off support - Sleep-in shifts cover whilst the full-time carer is away, respite / support services for carers.
Our service can be funded from a personal budget, a direct payment, through a social worker or be self funded - we can support you to see what funding you maybe entitled to.
We support lots of people with a range of issues and circumstances
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Autism Spectrum and Asperger's syndrome
- Mental health, including schizophrenia, OCD, bi-polar disorder, hoarding, eating disorders, body dysmorphia and self-harm
- Personality disorders including borderline personality disorder and attachment disorder
- Learning disability / difficulties
- Elderly people and people with dementia and Alzheimer's
- Sensory needs - visual impairment/hearing impairment
- Support Living Framework Provider
- Plymouth City Council Contracted Supplier
- 17 to 25 years old
- 26 to 64 years old
- Brain injuries
- Communication impairments
- Down's syndrome
- Eating disorders
- Hearing impairments
- Heart conditions
- Mental health
- Visual impairments
- Physical disabilities
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