The Support Needs Assessment and Placement service (SNAP) is a central assessment and placement service for vulnerable young people and adults including homeless people, those with a history of offending and people with mental health issues who would benefit from supported housing.
The main aim of supported housing is to develop and sustain a person's ability to live as independently as possible either in their own home or in accommodation with staff on site.
People might need supported housing for a variety of reasons. They may have a mental health problem, a learning or physical disability, be homeless or have a history of offending. They may be a young person who hasn't had the chance to develop independent living skills.
LB Croydon - Support Needs Assessment & Placement Team (SNAP), 2F Bernard Weatherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 1EA
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9.30am-5pm, Wed 12.30pm-5pm
Who is it for:
Vulnerable people, including those who are homeless, with mental health issues, offending history
Full wheelchair access, Blue badge parking, Ramped entrance, Lifts, Facilities for people with sensory impairments, adapted toilets
How to apply:
Call in or phone
East Croydon Train Station - 10 mins walk