This page describes the supported housing service we offer for up to five people living in Llandudno.
Aims and Objectives
We are accredited with Conwy County Borough Council approved landlord scheme and are funded through the Supporting People initiative. We are dedicated to supporting people in the community.
Seashells is an organisation which genuinely values the service users that we support. We have great respect for each individual and we work hard to provide a service which not only offers high quality support, but which strives to bring out the best in each person because everyone has something special and unique to offer.
Our main goal here at Seashells is to offer support that ‘meets the hopes and needs of each individual’. Our values help us provide the very best support to individuals, enabling them to live a fulfilled and independent lifestyle. They apply to our service users and our employees alike.
Seashells believe that everyone wishes to feel a part of and contribute to their community. We will enable you to make positive uses of existing social networks or if you choose to, introduce you to them.
Seashells Supported Housing (Approved Landlord) Service
Do You Need Support To …..?
- BUILD ON EXISTING LIFE SKILLS
- MANAGE A TENANCY
- MAINTAIN A BUDGET
- ACCESS HEALTH CARE AND TREATMENT CENTRES
- OBTAIN INDEPENDENT ACCOMMODATION
- ACCESS EDUCATION/TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT
If the answer is YES then Seashells maybe able to help.
Seashells offer temporary supported accommodation for males between 21 to 29 years of age who are enduring or have undiagnosed mental health issues and have a high level of support needs. Based in Craig-y-Don, Llandudno, the project is staffed 24 hours, providing high intensity support. Service users have their own bedroom and share communal facilities with others in the property. Our aim is to move service users into independent accommodation within 9 to 12 months, however each person will be treated as individual and their specific needs will be taken into account.
- TO PROVIDE A GOOD STANDARD OF ACCOMMODATION
- A SAFE ENVIRONMENT
- HELP IDENTIFY AND ACHIEVE ASPIRATIONS
- ACT AS A STEPPING STONE TO SUITABLE SETTLED ACCOMMODATION
Although the lead need for the project is mental health, consideration will be given to those with other ongoing issues such as offending, physical or learning disabilities, or those in recovery from drug/alcohol issues. Exclusions will apply to people who have actual current dependency issues in relation to drugs or alcohol.