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Churchill Gardens assertive outreach worker

A new approach to responding to residents experiencing Multiple Disadvantage on the Churchill Gardens Estate.

Our place-based approach pilot is supporting vulnerable housing residents who maybe at risk of losing their home and/or struggling at home because of the impacts of experiencing Multiple Disadvantage.

An assertive outreach support worker will work with residents experiencing Multiple Disadvantage on the Churchill Gardens Estate.

The model provides non-judgemental and flexible one to one support. It will connect a locally coordinated offer from other services, proving a holistic person-centred approach to address the needs of the whole person, and their physical, mental, and social needs.

We also aim to help connect individual residents to their local community. It will help people understand how best to create and maintain local positive relationships, encouraging individuals to take control over their wellbeing and make use of their local assets.

Eligibility for referrals into this pilot

To be eligible for this pilot, an individual will typically be:

  • experiencing multiple linked complex issues
  • lives on the Churchill gardens estate or neighbouring area, for example, but not limited to, Ranelagh Rd, Claverton St, Walden House, Fountain Court, Gatliff Close, Semley House, Ebury Bridge estate, Russell House

If you are not sure if the individual is eligible for the pilot due to the individual’s location in Westminster, then please contact the Assertive Outreach Worker to discuss the details and exact location of the individual. 

Further information and referrals

For further information, or to discuss making a referral, please contact [email protected]

Published: 31 October 2022

Last updated: 31 October 2022