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Green Lane Accommodation Service

Services offered:

  • 24hr residential
  • Housing

Deputy Manager: Rooben Mootoosamy (acting)
Operations & Development Manager: Lauren Gillings
Operations & Development Manager: Richard Broad
Our partners in running this service: Funding needs to be agreed by Surrey County Council Adult Social Care and / or the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) (most new referrals are split 50:50 between both agencies).
Referrals accepted via: Assigned Community Mental Health Recovery Service; care manager or Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN); hospitals.

Please note, in accordance with new legislation, from 11 September 2021 all care home workers and other visiting professionals will need to prove they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they are exempt or there is an emergency before entry to this service is permitted. Read more at https://www.together-uk.org/proof-of-vaccination-status-required-in-cqc-registered-homes/

About the service

A recent CQC inspection of this service made recommendations that required improvement, this is our action plan to achieve that with our Together Green Lane CQC Report Of Actions Jan 2020 and more recently our Together Green Lane Accommodation Service CQC Report Provider Response Oct 2021.

 

Our Green Lane accommodation-based support service offers round-the-clock practical and emotional support by an experienced team of recovery workers.

Each person is supported to set their own personal recovery goals and to work towards achieving them, with help tailored to meet each individual’s needs. Staff work with residents to develop tools to manage their mental health and improve their wellbeing. This is offered alongside practical support with the tasks of daily living, such as preparing meals, managing finances and personal care.

We focus on supporting individuals to improve their wellbeing by reconnecting with their community, reducing isolation and building informal support networks. This might involve support to access local facilities, socialise, develop hobbies and friendships and participate in activities and groups. We work with people to help them build their futures and achieve their aspirations through supporting them to access training, volunteering and employment opportunities.

Once someone feels ready to move on to more independent living, our staff work with them to find and transfer to appropriate accommodation, which could be to a supported accommodation setting, or directly to their own flat.