Emergency Accommodation & Housing
The aim is that individuals live at these resettlement services for a period of 6 to 24 months prior to achieving their own permanent home.
Each person has an Occupancy Agreement and is responsible for rent and Council Tax payments as well as for other regular household costs – fuel, food etc. The services enable people to develop the confidence and skills that are necessary to maintain their own homes in the future.
"In my role as a social worker in NW Glasgow, formulating care plans for vulnerable adults that have been referred under Adult Support and Protection legislation, Aspire have been a highly reliable and truly inspiring service provider. They are reactive and responsive to emergency situations, carrying out assessment visits and commencing services quickly. They have supported vulnerable adults to make literally life-saving changes, addressing underlying causes that have been supressed for years for the situation people have found themselves in. This along with attending to practical tasks and social support, delivered sensitively and tailored to each individual, by either staffing one to one, group or supporting clients to access other local resources, has given people real hope for the future." [AL, Social Worker]
"I was feeling so down and didn’t know anything when I first became homeless and came to the service. The staff in the service where so lovely and supported me in everyway. They supported me well and I felt at home in the service.
I didn’t want to leave even though I had been given my own tenancy.
Even when I moved to my own house the staff continued to support me. They helped me with household items while I waited on my welfare fund coming through. This helped me settle into my new home and I cannot thank staff and Helen enough for this. I know that if I need them I can call or come by the service and I will always feel welcome." [Ex Occupant in an Aspire Service]
The services are:
Based in the North West of Glasgow this service is the hub of activity for our Housing Services and comprises 10 self-contained flats within one property which is a tenement close. There is also a staff office and staff sleepover accommodation within the building. Each individual has his/her own Occupancy Agreement and are responsible for paying their own utility bills. Garscube-Brochure
Accommodation Based Services
Based in North West and South of Glasgow our services, provided in conjunction with Glasgow City Council's Homelessness Service Strategy, deliver temporary and low level housing support as required. PRW-Brochure, QMD-Brochure
The accommodation varies from one bedroom self contained flats to shared accommodation which consists of individual rooms with shared kitchens, bathrooms and lounge areas. The Services provide for those who would otherwise have been accommodated in Bed & Breakfasts.
Referrals from Casework and Allocation teams.
Glasgow Outreach Service
Staff support people within their own home, specialise in mental health, addictions and tenancy sustainment and support those with mental health issues.
Support can be offered on a short term intervention or Self Directed Support basis. Supported individuals work with an experienced key worker as part of a self managed team. Support can be provided 24/7.
Referrals from Social Work, Care Managers, Addiction Services or through the Glasgow Framework. Outreach-Brochure
Young Persons Service
The Service supports young care leavers into long-term suitable accommodation and provides interventions for all individual support needs. You can find more information within our Specialist Services information.
Referrals from Social Work.
All our services have a recovery focus with a full recovery programme supported by staff and peer mentors with lived experience.