The confidential and empathetic provision
of housing needs and related support
services for vulnerable people living with
HIV and AIDS which achieves the objective
of improving or maintaining independence.
The service is intended to provide specialist
support particularly in times of crisis. To
enable people to assess their independent
living/life skills and to develop necessary
skills through the provision of advocacy or
referral for suitable training and support.
Effective liaison with social landlords,
homelessness services, Department of
Adult Social Care, Children’s Services,
Health Services, Youth Offending Team,
National Offender Management Service and
other statutory and voluntary organisations
who may be a source of referrals or provide
other services to service users. KPS will provide a support assessment to all those accessing this service and priority will
be given as appropriate on level of need.
This service provides
floating support to
individuals or households
requiring support because
they are vulnerable and
have a support need in
relation to living with HIV.
Those eligible to receive the service will be people who are living with HIV and have support needs, are homeless and/or at risk of losing their home, are moving on from supported housing or a family home to
independent living, and are unlikely to sustain their independence without support.
KPS have the necessary
knowledge, skills and
experience of housing related support and of
working with people living
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