Vulnerable Adults Housing and Well-Being Support – Consultation Questionnaire

Closed 3 Apr 2019

Opened 5 Mar 2019

Feedback Updated 1 Aug 2019

We Asked

The vision for Adult Social Care is for people to live healthy happy independent lives within their communities. Access to a supply of good quality, affordable housing and support options are key to the delivery of that vision.

You Said

10 responses received

We Did

Please contact Gordon.Strachan@birmingham.gov.uk with any questions

Overview

The vision for Adult Social Care is for people to live healthy happy independent lives within their communities. Access to a supply of good quality, affordable housing and support options are key to the delivery of that vision.

It is important that vulnerable adults have access to safe, secure, quality affordable housing and support at the moment when it is needed.

A vulnerable adult in this instance could be anyone who finds themselves homeless or in a precarious housing situation as a result of circumstances that are too difficult for them to self-manage.

Existing housing support services that support the needs of people affected by homelessness, domestic abuse and ex-offending are due to reach the end of the contract period on 1 December 2019. The multiple services that support these groups are collectively known as Social Inclusion Services. Birmingham City Council is keen to not only recommission these services, but also improve on service design and delivery to ensure that services are more person centred and build resilience and independence.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Communications
  • Care & Support for Adults
  • Children & Young People
  • Older people issues
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Crime & Community Safety
  • Housing
  • Homelessness