'My support workers take care of my needs and support me in the community and help me with day to day living and I think the support is really helpful. And workers from Keltic Care are really
friendly and helpful.'
'The service is fantastic and do help service users to be independent. The support staff keep the same time of support every week which is fantastic and is easier so I can make plans around my
hours out with support.'
We are experienced in recognising and supporting people with mental health problems on their recovery journey. Our support ensures that each individual has access to a service that is tailored to their individual needs. Our services provide support for individuals with varying levels of independence. All of our service users have access to a support worker and agree their support plan with them in order to prepare for a successful move into recovery.
Keltic Care employs 60 support staff and is working with as many as 115 clients at any one time, providing supported accommodation to 35 vulnerable adults and supporting an average of 80 people in their own homes.
Our mental health support services range from a few hours per week to providing 24 hours a day, 7 days per week in a persons home or in our supported housing. Services as listed below.
Keltic Housing, a not for profit partner company, provide over 40 fully furnished supported flats.
Keltic Care works successfully with different organisations and landlords, teams, and community partners to provide a complete housing and support service. This ensures all service users receive support that addresses all aspects of their individual needs.
Our recovery focused personal support service provides flexible contact with a key worker. This service allows people to develop the skills to live independently in their own home and their community. Support ranges from encouragement to manage their own tenancy and develop life skills, to supporting clients to develop the confidence and skills to manage their personal budgets.
Our group activities offer a wide range of social and educational opportunities to support people with experience of mental health problems, as they develop their skills, talents and understanding for recovery.
Please call us on 01463 232222 01463 232222 or use our contact form.