He was in the process of checking out from his accommodation and walking to his car, where he was going to be sleeping for the foreseeable future, when we called.
When she saw the Alabaré Plymouth Veterans Self-Build scheme advertised at her local veterans’ breakfast club, she immediately recognised the fantastic opportunity it could be for her and got in touch.
Sophie is excited as she and her son are about to move into their own flat following eighteen months at Alabaré’s Parent and Baby home in Salisbury.
After a significant number of years living in several different types of accommodation and being supported by numerous agencies, Caroline came to Alabaré.
Ed came to Alabaré after finding themselves on the brink of homelessness after returning from Japan, where they had been studying Japanese studies and English literature until the pandemic.
We worked closely with Harry to help him apply again, and eventually, he has been able to secure additional support with his dyslexia.
Neil says he was a total mess when he moved in, but he says that our support changed his life, helping him get doctors appointments and onto a drug programme.
Over the years, his chaotic lifestyle meant Stu had lost touch with his family, but through staff assisting in him setting up social media accounts, he has been able to reconnect with his brother.
Simon has lived in our supported living homes for many years and regularly goes to our Development Centres, where he is excited by all the activities on offer.