We can offer specific, time limited packages of support for people who would benefit from some help with a specific issue.
Even our short-term support services make use of peer support and community connections.
KeyRing support is designed to build more interdependence and offers people alternatives to traditional support. By linking in with existing community resources people become active citizens who contribute to and are valued by their local community.
This asset-based community development approach means that the local community assets (people, resources etc) and individual's strengths unlock sustainable community development and ensure that people live the life they choose.
If people need to access our help again, we are happy to welcome them back into our service. Many of our support options offer drop ins for people who have moved on.
Short term support can be useful for people who need support with things like:
- housing issues
- criminal justice
- self-esteem issues
We will work with each person to create a plan which will be regularly reviewed.
Support is flexible and can be provided in a variety of ways including:
- one to one support
- group support
- peer mentoring
- support through messaging, online forums and video calls
- telephone support