Renewal North West is a Christian charity seeking to bring hope providing both spiritual and practical help to people who have the desire for change.
We bring hope by providing a 24 hour, 7 days a week residential supported housing program lasting up to 2 years. Keys to success in this program are:
♦ Quality accommodation with a family environment
♦ Unconditional support motivated by our love for God
♦ Attendance at our Skills and Work Experience Centre at Meadow Mill
♦ Loving and caring environment
♦ Identifying the problem and then solution to the addiction
♦ Training in sound and fulfilling routines for living
♦ Yielding ever increasing control to the client to the point where they are able to live!!
When addiction is the dominate force in your life and has resulted in you being homeless, penniless and hopeless then a radical approach is required.
Our 24/7 residential programmes intervene directly into this situation by providing:
♦ Comfortable supportive accommodation
♦ Access to medical and drug services to deal with addiction/health related issues
♦ Supporting probation service visits and courses
♦ Constructive occupation of time at our work experience and skills centre
♦ Mentoring from people who understand addiction
♦ Preparation to ultimately live independent drug free lives
♦ Preparation for the world of work or further education
Our accommodation consists of two stages:
Supervised accommodation in a family environment with the provision of meals and support coming from different agencies such as healthcare professionals, local drug and alcohol services and advice on benefits. Guidance is given on key life skills such that will enable the ability to successfully live independent drug free lives moving towards full time employment.
Accommodation consists of own room, separate cooking & washing areas, plus use of shared facilities.
Semi-independent accommodation where individuals put into practice their skills to keep house making right decisions building on the routines that are foundational to living free and independently. This allows for a greater level of independence that stage 1, whilst maintaining a supportive environment.
Accommodation consists of shared facilities, with own rooms. Food and bills are all covered and individuals are encouraged to move towards a more doing more for themselves, such as cooking for themselves and others, as well as maintaining their own routines.