Restore and Resettle charity provides accommodation, support and wellbeing and community outreach services along with Matrix-accredited information, advice and guidance across all of our services
We use innovative approaches and service user engagement to model our services and our volunteers are trained in the design
This helps a wide range of people to change their lives, build their resilience and reach their aspirations.
We also provide a range of interventions to support service users into the private rented sector, including accommodation advice
We help those who are most in need, and hardest to engage, to find and/or maintain accommodation. We offer them the opportunity to feel secure, and encourage them to be independent and achieve their life goals.
Our support and wellbeing service includes helping people to develop skills, to participate in meaningful activity and employment, to take responsibility for their overall health and relationships with people, and to be active members of communities. We refer service users to our high quality education services.
We are also developing our digital offer so that any Restore and Resettle service user can gain advice on securing and sustaining their household with financial guidance in partnership with the Good Things Foundation
Although we can’t meet the needs of all our service users we can ensure they have the right advice and guidance.
Who we work with
Young people including care leavers
Families including those on the Troubled Families programme
People who are homeless
People with mental health issues
People with substance misuse issues
People with dual diagnosis
People with complex and multiple needs
People who have been through the criminal justice system
Our policy work
Restore and Resettle works to influence change to reduce the significant barriers that some of our service users face in accessing and maintaining housing, in achieving their aspirations and in being self-reliant, connected members of communities. Major areas of interest for us at the moment include:
Homelessness and solutions to support local authorities with the Homelessness Reduction Act
Housing for young people and others caught in the poverty trap
Housing to improve health and offending outcomes