Inmind Community support services provides and implements bespoke packages of care and support to promote the independence,inclusion and wellbeing of people with identified support needs who live in the community. This service is intended for males and females from age 18+. We do this by placing the people we support and their families at the centre of all matters relating to their support and wellbeing. In addition to working with registered landlords across the UK, Inmind also provide some of their own bespoke properties. All of our staff have signed a pledge to become Dignity Champions with the National Dignity Council. This is to ensure we treat our service users with the utmost respect and dignity they deserve.
At the heart of our service is the promotion of independence through educational activities such as budgeting & household planning, skills training to build positive relationships, and finding employment opportunities which enables people to contribute meaningfully to their communities and empowers individuals by providing a sense of purpose and belonging whilst they integrate back into their communities.
Our team also support individuals with attending medical appointments to ensure their mental health is being managed along with assisting service users find social support groups beneficial to their well-being.
We will therefore:
• Empower service users to promote their independence over their own lives and decisions
• Draw plans that enable service users to develop and learn new skills that promote independence
What we provide
We will provide each service user with a comprehensive service delivery that is timely and maximises their inclusion
and independence. Individual care plans will be delivered on time and in agreement with the service user, balancing risk with rights to self-determination.
We work closely with individuals and their respective clinical teams to ensure they are safe and aware of their mental health needs, including relapse indicators. Inmind Community Support Services aims to provide a sustained and high quality outcomes focused provision of expert care and support.
We provide services for individuals with mental health needs who may be subject to Ministry of Justice Community Treatment orders, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and complex medical needs. We support individuals by providing bespoke packages of care. We can support people through:
• Bespoke packages of care
• Community access and Enablement (needs to be reworded)
• Transition support for 17 to 18 years olds and those transitioning from the hospital to community
• Employment and education opportunities
• Accomodation and tenancy agreements
“Support in the community has been proven to show positive and lifelong changes for our service users..”
““I find my carers to be caring and we discuss wide issues with humour and debate different views which are conducive to mental well-being and progression”