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.
As Ryan gradually became more involved across our Boots on the Ground sessions in north Wales, he discovered a real connection with the outdoors and has developed relationships within the group and beyond to wider communities.
Sam moved into our Parent & Baby service with her six-month-old son when she was just 17 years old.
Over the years, being an alcoholic has played a large part in Jimmy losing his home, two wives, and contact with his grown-up children following six years in the Royal Air Force, which he left in 1986.
Chloe frequently used the emergency services in crisis and became increasingly frustrated that her needs were not being met.
Lee was living with his girlfriend, but sadly, their relationship ended, and Lee found himself homeless. He was drinking quite heavily to cope with his feelings at the time.
Robert spent the majority of his adult life addicted to drugs. He attempted to get clean multiple times but says that although he could get medical help to stop physically using the drugs, he couldn’t get help processing the anguish he was trying to escape.
Steven joined our Plymouth Veterans Self-Build Scheme following 26 years of service in the Royal Navy.