We can help you involve your tenants, particularly those who may be vulnerable, isolated or experiencing multiple and complex needs. This could be to support project delivery, carry out audits, source feedback or to facilitate tenant involvement at events.
Do you wish to develop the skills of your tenants to enable them to offer peer support services? We can deliver short externally accredited courses for your tenants such as the Level 2 Learning to Advise and offer specifically tailored assured community champion courses.
It’s an excellent model. We have just had a real success story. One of my customers got a job after being a Peer Advisor. The project really gave her so much confidence she now says ‘I know how I got here and I am ready to help other people’. It’s really quite inspiring.
Feedback from housing provider
We offer staff training for those involved in delivering complex casework such as supporting young people involved in gangs and county lines exploitation. We also provide specialist training in trauma-informed delivery helping you to provide high quality services which engage people who have experienced adversity and trauma.
Our national network of Pantries can support any tenants and their families who are struggling financially. For a small weekly subscription, Pantry users can shop for fresh, nutritious food whilst benefitting from the advice and guidance services of our Peer Advisors who are on hand in the Pantry to provide support with underlying issues around poverty and unemployment. Find out more here.
If you are interested in working with us to establish a St Giles Pantry for your tenants please contact us.
" Our network of Pantries have enabled us to improve the health and wellbeing of hundreds of people who were often experiencing severe poverty behind closed doors. The Pantries help provide a sustainable route towards independence and a more positive future."
David Adams, Social Business Manager for The Pantries and Brewbird