Stockton Supported Scheme
About This Scheme
New Walk CIC Stockton Scheme is open 365 days a year and staffed 24 hours a day. They are CCTV monitored 24/7 with a contracted security team who safeguard the buildings and residents after working hours.
Accommodation in Stockton
Stockton has 110 units of accommodation spread across 10 properties which include one building with wheelchair access and an accessible wet room for people who have disabilities.
We specialise in accommodation for homeless vulnerable adults some of which may be socially excluded members of the community which may suffer with substance misuse issues, alcohol dependency and have challenging behaviours and complex needs, or people who are homeless from no fault of their own.
We have a mix of male and female shared accommodation which include rooms and self contained flats which enable residents to prepare for independent living.
Stockton Scheme provide 3 EDT emergency accommodation flats to Stockton Borough Council for people who are homeless until alternative accommodation can be found.
Stockton scheme provides out of hours emergency accommodation placements for Middlesbrough Council.
We have a dedicated team of Tenancy Support Officers who oversee the day to day running of the scheme.
In our Stockton Scheme, a percentage of the units are commissioned for support by Stockton Borough Council. A team of committed Support Workers work with the residents and support them to reach their goal of living independently in the community. The support workers work in direct partnership with the local authority to find suitable accommodation for them to move on to.
Support, Advice & Events in Stockton
We work in partnership with a range of agencies and services and signpost residents for support and advice.
Stockton Scheme offer a variety of coffee mornings and drop in services from Monday to Friday which are facilitated by various organisations which include Recovery Connections, CGL (drug and alcohol service), the local church group and also by our support team.
The Nightingales are a team of Nurses from James Cook Hospital who work in partnership with The Hep C trust they provide a monthly drop in clinic offering blood borne virus testing and a fast track route into treatment to reduce the spread of the disease.
Little Sprouts are an amazing charity who provide nutritious hot meals to residents and the wider community on a Tuesday within our Head office building, they also provide all of our residents with a lovely Christmas dinner each year on Christmas day.
We work in partnership with Public Health England and the Local Authority to provide a site for Covid vaccination events for the local community.
Stockton Scheme works in partnership with Stockton Borough Council to host events for residents and the local community. We have a Christmas event coming up in December which aims to break down barriers and give a sense of belonging along with a little bit of Christmas spirit.