about IMPAKT housing
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residents housed in 2019/20
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homelessness can happen to
Whether it’s relationship breakdown, a series of unforeseen life events, decline in mental health, loss of income or systemic problems including a lack of affordable housing. People can find themselves forced onto the streets, as part of the wider hidden community of sofa-surfers, or living in unsatisfactory temporary accommodation.
As part of our strategy to combat homelessness, IMPAKT Housing provides a home for over 200 people aged 16-65 in a range of settings with varying levels of support.
what makes IMPAKT different?
Understanding the complexities and revolving door of homelessness, we operate as a ‘PIE’ (Psychologically Informed Environment) service, using a trauma informed approach to help residents who may have a history of offending, anti-social behavior, substance misuse, or poor mental health, progress to sustainable independent living.
Focusing on strengths and aspirations, we recognise that each customer’s journey is different and support is tailored to suit individual requirements. Our housing coaches encourage and inspire residents to evaluate their circumstances and lifestyle choices and to take control of their lives. Skills coaches provide therapeutic workshops and educational programs to develop the life skills that will enable successful move-on and financial independence.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our accommodation, with welcoming, design-led interiors providing a place people feel safe and are happy to call home.