Bridge, a leading provider of mental health services, has recently launched a new programme in Essex aimed at providing support and accommodation for individuals with mental health issues. The programme includes 107 units of housing and all the necessary support in place to provide flexible and tailored care packages to clients at all stages of their recovery journey.
Bridge’s services are highly individualised and take into account a range of complex needs, including physical disability support, housing needs, financial support, and ongoing mental health support for both clients and their families. The goal is to provide each client with the help and support best suited to their specific needs.
“Our new programme in Essex is a significant step forward in providing much-needed support and accommodation for individuals with mental health issues,” said a Bridge spokesperson. “With a range of flexible and tailored care packages on offer, Bridge is well-positioned to provide ongoing support and assistance to clients at all stages of their recovery journey.” – Raymond Sheehy – CEO.
Bridge currently offers low, medium, and high-level services at these 107 units of accommodation in Essex. The support provided by these services is geared towards the needs of clients at different stages of their recovery journey, ensuring that they receive the appropriate level of care and support at each stage.
Bridge understands the importance of providing affordable and suitable housing to individuals in need and recognises that this is a critical factor in ensuring the success of their mental health services. As such, they have developed a long-term plan to continue procuring such housing.
One aspect of this plan involves repurposing existing buildings to suit the specific needs of their clients. This approach offers a cost-effective solution, as it allows them to leverage existing infrastructure while customising the space to meet the unique needs of each individual. Whether it involves modifying a building’s layout or adapting its amenities, this approach allows Bridge to create housing tailored to each client’s specific needs.
Another aspect of Bridge’s long-term plan involves building accommodation to order in areas that are difficult to procure properties. This approach recognises the challenges that can arise when seeking suitable housing in certain areas and aims to address those challenges by creating new housing options tailored to the specific needs of the individuals that Bridge serves.
“We are committed to providing affordable and suitable housing options to individuals in need,” said the spokesperson. “Our dedication to this mission is a core component of Bridge’s values, and we remain passionate about pursuing it with determination.” – Raymond Sheehy, CEO.
Bridge’s new programme in Essex is a significant step forward in providing much-needed support and accommodation for individuals with mental health issues. Bridge is well-positioned to provide ongoing support and assistance to clients at all stages of their recovery journey. In addition, their commitment to affordable and suitable housing options ensures they will continue to provide high-quality mental health services for years to come.