Sacro supports people who need care to live safe, happy and meaningful lives in the community. We help them achieve better inclusion and participation in all aspects of their lives by reducing isolation and ensuring they achieve the outcomes important to them. We support people to establish a home and sustain their tenancy. Sacro Housing Support services help people to learn new skills and form beneficial relationships to improve their quality of life and achieve the maximum possible independence.
Stephen is a lone parent to a five-year old daughter.
YourHome Housing Support is a partnership between Right There and Sacro, providing tailored and confidential support to people who are homeless or in danger of losing their home. The service also provides mediation, groupwork and preventative support to help people avoid a housing crisis. YourHome provides support to find, setup and and continue to live in suitable accommodation. The service can help people to avoid eviction or loss of accommodation as well as providing support in temporary accommodation.
Our Aberdeen Enhanced Framework Service is a Housing Support Service centered on helping people to maintain or improve their quality of life. It provides individuals with personal and housing support in various aspects of their lives. This can enable them to have meaningful and positive involvement and participation in their local communities. This service can be provided for up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week, helping the Supported Person to become empowered and skilled to undertake tasks for themselves. We assist people to live as independently as possible and the hours of support will be tailored to suit the needs of the individual. Sacro also provides specialist housing support, intensive support and supported tenancy services to help people live independently and successfully in their own homes.
In Elgin, Sacro provides two dedicated housing support units; one for young people, one for adults. The properties provide residential accommodation in a flat-sharing environment with access to staff 24/7 and 365 days of the year. Those using the service will be allocated a key worker who will work in a person-centred way to support them through the challenges that they may face as well as encouraging positive change and decision making. The service aims to offer increased opportunities, reduce isolation, support emotional welfare and gives people a safe and stable space when they need it most.