Biscot House delivers residential support to single men aged 18 and over. The service has 9 units of accommodation providing support for men with specific needs such as:
- Mental health
- Learning disabilities
- Physical disabilities
- Substance use
- Offenders / Ex-Offenders
Biscot House provides a supportive base to gain the skills and confidence to secure and maintain appropriate future living in the community – this may be independent or long term supported accommodation. The assistance provided by Biscot House is led by the individual and varies from basic interventions and guidance around resettlement and gaining/sustaining independent living to more intense support in areas such as:
- Mental / emotional health & wellbeing,
- Employment skills
- Social isolation
- Vulnerability of exploitation.
Biscot House provides support for clients to end the cycle of homelessness. Staff and residents work together to create a fun, vibrant and service user focused home, in which to develop vital skills and confidence to live in the community. The service goes above and beyond to make sure that we work with as many local agencies as possible, to provide a holistic service.
Referrals can be made directly to the service