The first service user has moved into Turning Point Scotland’s newest service, Inverclyde Housing Support.  The service supports individuals with mental health issues and substance misuse to maintain their own tenancy. It’s an exciting time for the people we support as they move into their new tenancy.

There are six people living in their own flats which have been renovated to a high standard by River Clyde Homes.  There are two vacant flats which we are hoping will be filled very soon and there is potential to support another 3 individuals within the building.

Service manager Julie Fulton said:

“The service has now been up and running for four weeks and we have already been receiving very positive feedback from service users that they feel safe and happy within their home.

This is the first of this type of service  for Turning Point Scotland in the Inverclyde area and we are very hopeful that we can develop more services to support more individuals within this specific client group.   We look forward to continuing to  deliver a high quality service within Inverclyde.”