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Service Name: Barnsley Networks
Address: S71 1QZ
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff. The Additional Support Service offers 1:1 support to people already receiving support from KeyRing.

Services Offered: Traditional networks and additional support
Service Manager: Steve Pritchard
Contact: 07939 724 820
People with a variety of support needs
Service Name: Bath Network
Address: BA1 5DU
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional network
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
People with a learning disability
Service Name: Bournemouth Networks
Address: BH9 2JQ
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional Networks
Service Manager: Sue Grant
Contact: 07958 482 954
People with a variety of support needs
Service Name: Bristol Networks
Address: BS5 9UL
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional network
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
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Service Name: Chain Reaction
Address: NE1 6HQ
Description: KeyRing runs the Chain Reaction project in Newcastle in collaboration with Search and Mental Health Concern. It was commissioned by Newcastle Council for people over 55. It takes a flexible and personalised approach to supporting older people and includes: • One-to-one support • Connecting people to their community • Connecting people to others and creating a network of natural support In addition people can access the Lunch Links service, which provides a wide range of opportunities for fun, friendship, food, shopping trips, and excursions close to where people live, giving them the chance to meet up with friends and make new ones. Click here to go to the Chain Reaction website.

Services Offered: Community suppport for older people
Service Manager: Catriona Hackney-Huck
Contact: 07917 686 658
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Service Name: Croydon Hub & Spoke
Address: SW16 3LQ
Description: Our Hub and Spoke service in Croydon provides support for over 100 people. It was commissioned by Croydon Council in 2014. Members can visit the community hub space where they can receive support from staff and volunteers with things like forms, reading letters, telephone calls and guest speakers. They can also meet up with other Members and plan activities together. Additionally they also receive 1:1 floating support in their own homes from KeyRing’s support workers with things like forms/telephone calls and reading letters, signposting other services such as adult social care, reminders for appointments and anything else they need support with.

Services Offered: Hub and Spoke service
Service Manager: Sue Grant
Contact: 07958 482 954
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Service Name: Darlington Hub and Spoke
Address: DL15YB
Description: The ‘Community Hub’ is available to all KeyRing Members for 3 hours each week. The hub brings people together socially where interests, skills and knowledge can be shared. Linked in Members also have access here to KeyRing staff and volunteers to get support with any individual presenting issues. There are also information sessions available on a range of topics decided by the membership. For example: • cooking skills • healthy lifestyles • finance & budgeting • community & environmental issues • personal & neighbourhood safety • advocacy • hobbies & interests

Services Offered:
Service Manager: Tracy Hall
Contact: 07977 412 991
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Service Name: Denbighshire Networks
Address: LL19 7SA
Description: In a KeyRing network 9 people (Members) live in their own homes, not far from each other. Members are supported with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They are also encouraged to support each other and share their skills. 

We also run a Community Hub where Members can drop in for 1:1 support, socialise, plan events or get information and advice.

Services Offered: Networks
Service Manager: Pauline Jarvis
Contact: 07931 503 117
People with a learning disability
Service Name: Doncaster Networks
Address: DN5 0HA
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional networks
Service Manager: Dawn Hague
Contact: 07943 828 695
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Service Name: Flintshire Networks
Address: CH5 1BX
Description: In a KeyRing network 9 people (Members) live in their own homes, not far from each other. Members are supported with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They are also encouraged to support each other and share their skills. 

We also run a Community Hub where Members can drop in for 1:1 support, socialise, plan events or get information and advice.

Services Offered: 1-1 Support and Hub
Service Manager: Pauline Jarvis
Contact: 07931 503 117
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Service Name: Gateshead Network
Address: NE10 9LW
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional network
Service Manager: Catriona Hackney-Huck
Contact: 07917 686 658
People with a learning disability
Service Name: Gloucestershire Network
Address: GL51 3YH
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff. The Additional Support Service offers 1:1 support to people already receiving support from KeyRing.

Services Offered: Traditional network with 1:1 support
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
People with a learning disability and/or a mental health condition
Service Name: Grimsby Network
Address: DN37 9DQ
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional network
Service Manager: Anne Palmer
Contact: 07977 019 407
People with a learning disability
Service Name: Halton
Address: WA8 0EG
Description: Our Halton service consists of a network in Widnes and a Hub in Runcorn.

In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Members can visit the community hub space where they can receive support from staff and volunteers with things like forms, reading letters, telephone calls and guest speakers. They can also meet up with other Members and plan activities together


Services Offered: Traditional network and Hub
Service Manager: Tracey Mullen
Contact: 07415 216 628
People with a learning disability and/or a mental health condition
Service Name: Intensive Support Service
Address: OL9 6AJ
Description: The Intensive Service is available across the whole of Oldham and people can receive this service for a maximum of 12 months. This service is tailored to support people who are socially excluded and/ or in crisis who may need support with: • Tenancy rescue/setup • Develop independent living skills • Advice, advocacy and liaison • Emotional support • Getting in touch with groups in the community • Help with staying safe People can transfer to the flexible (longer term) service if they have a lower level of identified needs or they have ongoing support needs. The Intensive Service is available across the whole of Oldham and people can receive this service for a maximum of 12 months. This service is tailored to support people who are socially excluded and/ or in crisis who may need support with: • Tenancy rescue/setup • Develop independent living skills • Advice, advocacy and liaison • Emotional support • Getting in touch with groups in the community • Help with staying safe People can transfer to the flexible (longer term) service if they have a lower level of identified needs or they have ongoing support needs.

Services Offered: Intensive Support
Service Manager: Suzy Pabla
Contact: 07966 760 005
People with a learning disability or autism
Service Name: London Networks
Address: SE16 2XB
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional Networks
Service Manager: Sue Grant
Contact: 07958 482 954
People with a learning disability or autism
Service Name: Newburn Street
Address: SE11 5PJ
Description: Newburn Street is a collaborative housing and support service between KeyRing and Metropolitan Housing Trust and the London Borough of Lambeth. The service provides one-bedroom accommodation supported housing for adults with a learning disability who are looking to live more independently. Support focuses on equipping Members with the skills to eventually live an independent life in a flat of their own Newburn Street can be an ideal option for those wishing to move away from more intensive supported living options. Each Member at Newburn Street has an allocated key worker and support is flexible and based on the individual needs of Members.

Services Offered: Supported Housing
Service Manager: Sue Grant
Contact: 07958 482 954
People with a learning disability
Service Name: Newcastle Networks
Address: NE1 6HQ
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional networks
Service Manager: Catriona Hackney-Huck
Contact: 07917 686 658
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Service Name: North Yorkshire Hub and Spoke
Address: DL7 8AD
Description: From the Hub, Members can access one-to-one support, group work to encourage new skills and opportunities to develop peer and mutual support. We work in partnership with other agencies to signpost, offer information and share resources to ensure Members are getting all the help they need to maintain independence. We can also offer a flexible and responsive one-to-one support service in your own home, at an hourly rate. We also offer a range of social activities facilitated in the Hub but led by Member Champions in the community. A typical Hub session may include: • A ‘come dine with us’ (cook and eat) session, developing skills in the kitchen. • A one-to-one session to maximise income, apply for a warm front grant, support with debt issues. • A group activity session with a guest speaker from the local health team. • Facilitation of a trip to the cinema with other Members.

Services Offered:
Service Manager: Tracy Hall
Contact: 07977 412 991
People with a learning disability
Service Name: North Yorkshire Self Advocacy
Address: DL7 8AD
Description: The North Yorkshire Self Advocacy service has self-advocacy groups across North Yorkshire and supports over 90 self-advocates. Self-advocacy gives people with a learning disability or autism the opportunity to have their say about things that are important to them while building their confidence and supporting them to develop new skills. KeyRing run monthly self-advocacy groups with support from a KeyRing worker who works in the following areas of North Yorkshire; • Hambleton & Richmondshire • Harrogate and Craven • Selby & District • Scarborough, Whitby & Ryedale We also support self-advocates to be members of the North Yorkshire Learning Disability Partnership Board and other groups where they talk about and consult on local and national issues, invite local speakers, share information, meet new people and have fun! KeyRing support people to attend and take part in the following: • North Yorkshire Learning Disability Partnership Board • Local area groups (one for each of the above areas) • North Yorkshire Self-advocacy forum • Local and County health task groups • Personalised learning hubs • Peer support groups • Regional forums • Local workshops and events KeyRing are funded by the North Yorkshire Learning Disability Partnership Board and self-advocates are supported by KeyRing to have their say about the service by being involved and represented at the contract meetings with North Yorkshire County Council. We also have a newsletter which we send out four times a year and which you can download here; For more information please contact Belinda Croce on 07824327149 or Belinda.croce@keyring.org

Services Offered: Self Advocacy groups
Service Manager: Belinda Croce
Contact: 07824 327 149
People with a learning disability and/or a mental health condition
Service Name: Oldham 1-1 Support
Address: OL9 6AJ
Description: The Support Service offers 1:1 support to people already receiving support from KeyRing. Support can include: • re-enablement e.g. cooking • medication prompts • participating in social activities • enhanced work around staying safe and safeguarding There are different funding options available for anyone wanting to receive this support but live outside the flexible service areas.

Services Offered: 1:1 support for existing Members
Service Manager: Donna Calverley
Contact:
People with a learning disability and/or a mental health condition
Service Name: Oldham Networks
Address: OL9 6AJ
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional Networks
Service Manager: Donna Calverley/Jane Dodgson
Contact: 0161 628 4133
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Service Name: Rotherham Networks
Address: S61 3BL
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff. The Additional Support Service offers 1:1 support to people already receiving support from KeyRing.

Services Offered: Traditional networks and additional support
Service Manager: Steve Pritchard
Contact: 07939 724 820
People with a variety of support needs
Service Name: Sandwell Networks
Address: B70 8PB
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional Network
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
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Service Name: Sheffield Additional Support Service
Address: S8 7HA
Description: Members are supported to maintain their tenancy, pay bills, read and understand their letters and report repairs. They are also supported to make connections in their community and get to know and support each other. We can also support people with other things such as cooking, shopping and cleaning. As well as one to one support we offer the opportunity for Members to access group activities in a wide range of topics, at our hub. These sessions are a good opportunity to make new friendships, get to know each other and develop new skills. Sessions may include outside speakers covering topics such as fire safety, hate/mate crime, benefits or housing.

Services Offered:
Service Manager: Dawn Hague
Contact: 07943 828 695
People with a variety of support needs
Service Name: Somerset Network
Address: BA11 4RD
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional network
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
People with a learning disability
Service Name: South Gloucestershire Network
Address: BS16 5HZ
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff. The Additional Support Service offers 1:1 support to people already receiving support from KeyRing.

Services Offered: Traditional network with 1:1 support
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
People with a learning disability
Service Name: Sutton Service
Address: SM4 6BL
Description: KeyRing's service in Sutton is based around floating support for up to 75 members with a learning disability. This includes a significant number of members who have lived in supported accommodation until recently. We also provide drop in hubs and a monthly forum followed by social or educational activities facilitated by community connections volunteers.

Services Offered: Floating support and Hub
Service Manager: Sue Grant
Contact: 07958 482 954
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Service Name: The Ancora Project
Address: OL9 6AJ
Description: The Ancora Project was launched in November 2016 in Oldham and is a collaboration between KeyRing, Oldham Foodbank and Christians Against Poverty. It is funded by the Big Lottery. The project is aimed at people in crisis and can support people with things like debt management, housing or health issues, counselling and advice.

Services Offered: Support for people in crisis
Service Manager: Suzy Pabla
Contact: 07966 760 005
People with a learning disability
Service Name: Warrington Network
Address: WA2 0NN
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The Warrington Network is run in partnership with MacIntyre who can provide Members with additional support. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional Network with additional support
Service Manager: Tracey Mullen
Contact: 07415 216 628
People with a mental health condition
Service Name: Warwickshire Community Links
Address: CV31 3JW
Description: Our Community Links service offers short term mental health support for up to 6 weeks. This service is for people who are not eligible for any other social care support. It includes 1:1, group work and peer support. It will link in with carers, health and social care professionals and other organisations. You will need to live in Warwickshire or be registered with a Warwickshire GP. The service provides: • Advice • Guidance • Signposting • Making connections with people and communities • Focussed emotional support • Personalised support during specific periods of life that could cause deterioration of mental health.

Services Offered:
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
People with a learning disability or autism
Service Name: Warwickshire Daytime Services and Connex 2
Address: CV31 3JW
Description: In Warwickshire KeyRing offers a daytime community support service for people aged 18+ with a learning disability or autism. The service provides personalised support to help people achieve their goals, become more independent and stay healthy and safe Our Connex2 service offers 3 hour group sessions where people get to meet and engage with others, experience new activities and connect with opportunities in their local community. There is also an option to add in some 1:1 support.

Services Offered: Community support, group support and 1:1 support
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
People with a variety of support needs
Service Name: Warwickshire Short Term Support
Address: CV31 3JW
Description: KeyRing offer a service for people who may benefit from the intervention of short term support. This targeted intervention service could include (but is not limited to): • People experiencing difficulties in a certain aspect of their life (for example, loss or bereavement, hoarding, addiction, housing issues, criminal justice, self-esteem, self-harm, self-neglect) • People who are disengaging from statutory services • People who have a chaotic lifestyle • People presenting risky behaviours KeyRing can offer a variety of accessible and flexible support in line with individual needs and preferences and to meet each person’s outcomes. For example: • Outreach - one to one and face to face meetings • Group support • Use of volunteers • Peer mentoring approach • Safe use of social media (text, instant messaging and online forums) • Information technology systems like Skype to engage face to face with people without the need to meet outside of a person’s home • Direct phone line or drop-in portal • Use of local walk-in/drop in centres, community, health and social care venues A 12 week plan will be created and we will pause every 3 weeks to see how this plan is working.

Services Offered:
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154
People with a variety of support needs
Service Name: Weston-Super-Mare Network
Address: BS23 3HH
Description: In a traditional KeyRing network 9 people live in their own homes, not far from each other. A volunteer lives in the same area, in housing provided by KeyRing. The volunteer supports people (KeyRing Members) with things like bills and budgeting, getting into education, employment or volunteering, and getting to know the community. They also encourage Members to support each other and share their skills. Further support comes from our trained support staff.

Services Offered: Traditional network
Service Manager: Michelle Lloyd
Contact: 07974 673 154