Supported living allows people to live independently in self contained units with their own bathrooms with 24/7 support provided but access to communal catering and social areas. This gives people choice and flexibility to mix with their peers should they choose to.
Housing Support allows people to maintain their own tenancies but receiving support with their daily routine, allowing them to live independently.
Inverclyde Social Opportunities supports people to play an active part in the community by assisting them to access a range of social, recreational or employment opportunities through volunteering or attending college courses.
The service has maintained the support offered and been able to grow and adapt organically to meet the needs of the people in the area. Through working in partnership with Inverclyde Council, the service is always looking at new opportunities to develop and reach out to more people.
In addition,Turning Point Scotland Inverclyde also provides criminal justice services in Inverclyde through Turning Point Scotland Turnaround community service.
For both men and women requiring support in the community, day services are available offering support to people with a history of offending behavior to address issues like substance misuse mental health, relationships or lack of coping skills.
Turning Point Scotland’s criminal justices operate in partnership with Community Justice Authorities and the Scottish Government to reduce reoffending, by addressing the underlying causes of their offending behaviour.
Turning Point Scotland makes services fit people. The type of support we provide depends on the needs of the individual.
No matter where you live or what your circumstances, Turning Point Scotland aims to provide a high level of support to suit your needs.
Our range of support includes:
- Housing support
- Care at home
- Residential care
- Crisis intervention
- Community rehabilitation
- Social enterprise
To find out more or to access our services contact 0800 652 3757 or use our enquiry form.