Derbyshire Accommodation and Support TeamSupporting People is a government programme that aims to help people live more independently and to maintain their accommodation by funding organisations to provide housing related support. A wide range of vulnerable people receive support from Supporting People funded services including people with mental ill health, people with learning disabilities, homeless people and families, young people, teenage parents, people with drug or alcohol problems, people at risk of domestic violence, travellers, and ex offenders or people at risk of offending.
The Derbyshire Supporting People Partnership is made up of the District and Borough Councils within the County, Derbyshire County Council, Derbyshire Primary Care Trust, Tameside and Glossop Primary Care Trust and the National Probation Service (Derbyshire). These partners work together to agree strategies and deliver the Supporting People programme in Derbyshire.
NDWA's Refuges receive support to deliver these accommodation based services from Supporting People. These services are monitored and quality assessed by Derbyshire Accommodation and Support Team. General enquiries or complaints.
If you have a general enquiry or a specific issue regarding the programme or its service, please contact a member of the Accommodation and Support Team directly.
Details of who to contact are:
Tel: 01629 532073
Fax: 01629 772213
Accommodation and Support Team