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to Adullam Homes Housing Association Limited

Adullam Homes Housing Association Limited is a specialist provider of quality housing and support services, founded in July 1972 by Walter Moore MBE.  We house and support 1,000 people at any one time in England and Wales.


 

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    Event gives the unheard a voice

    A World Homeless Day event organised by Adullam's Bolton Bridges projects has helped break down barriers and encourage support.

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    Single point of call

    A new Customer Services team has been created by Adullam and a single telephone number introduced that can be used for all queries – housing, rent, repairs and payment.

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    Adullam Social Enterprises supports MHAW

    As one of its contributions to MHAW, Adullam Social Enterprises (ASE) has secured four telescopes for each of the regions in which Adullam Homes works, including Wales.

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    Walks provide relief from isolation

    Connecting with nature is said to be beneficial to mental wellbeing, and for one of Adullam’s service users in Derbyshire, regular walks by the river have played an important role in her recovery.

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    New staff wellbeing system

    To further support the emotional health and wellbeing of its staff, Adullam has invested in an online system with details being shared during #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek.

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    Staff encouraged to connect with nature

    As part of its Mental Health Awareness Week activities, Adullam's Senior Leadership Team has invited staff, residents, tenants and service users to take photos of their connections with nature.

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    How are you?

    Adullam Homes is taking part in Mental Health Awareness Week in a range of different ways. The first is by answering a regular question in a different way.

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    Site transformed

    National Gardening Week kickstarted work at Adullam's project in Woolley Bridge that has transformed the site... and there's more to come!

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    Anonymous donation

    A generous donation, we think from a 10-year-old, has brightened the lives of residents and staff at Fleet House, our property for single homeless women in Bolton.

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    Adullam awarded Investors in People (IiP) Silver

    Adullam has retained its Silver IiP status and according to the feedback is operating at Adanced in some of the criteria.

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    Resident helps make poster user-friendly

    Input from a young resident has helped make the language and terminolgy for a poster about rent payments more user-friendly.

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    Residents help promote store

    Adullam's national co-production week is going well, with event calendar creation, consultation, and grocery store visits among the activities.

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    Many hands make great work

    A thought-provoking piece of artwork has been created by young residents in Buxton using online guidance on Instagram as well as art activities delivered via mobile phones.

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    Co-production week underway

    It's Adullam's national Co-production Week, designed to kick-start another year of events and activities in which everyone plays a part and has a voice across the association.

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    Emergency shelter extended

    A shelter service to provide a bed for those sleeping on the streets when temperatures drop below freezing has been extended into March.

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    Sharing Positivi-Tea

    Adullam's Step Up project in Woolley Bridge, Derbyshire has introduced a new activity to help their young people who are finding dealing with lockdown tough.

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    National award for Adullam client

    A young man who lived at Adullam's Step Up project in Chesterfield and continues to receive support from the Derbyshire team has been named Apprentice of the Year.

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    Recovery Service commended in national awards

    Adullam's Cheshire Recovery Service has been commended at a national awards ceremony in the co-production category.

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    Adullam residents support their community

    A grant from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund awarded to Fleet House, Adullam’s centre for single homeless women in Bolton, is helping the residents prove that they can help others.

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    #Recovery Month - Jordan

    In the second of our videos for #RecoveryMonth we meet Jordan, and hear about his journey from being street homeless to where he is today.

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    Bolton staff take time to talk

    This World Suicide Prevention Day, one of our Operational Managers explains what a difference taking time to talk made to one of Adullam's Bolton residents.

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    A Bury successful journey

    As the first in a series of pieces for #RecoveryMonth, Adullam is sharing the story of Jessie Williams, together with a video in which he talks about his experience with Adullam’s Bury Bridges project.

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    Gardeners’ views invited

    Today for National Allotments Week gardeners are being asked how appealing items made at Adullam's Beech House in Congleton are to them, to help with a decision on if producing them and other garden-related activities should be resumed.

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    Domestic abuse policy updated

    Following the introduction of the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 in April, Adullam’s Domestic Abuse Policy has been revised and made available to everyone, Association-wide.

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    Transformed outdoor space

    In the second of our National Allotment Week garden stories, we go to the High Peak, where a dreary back yard has been transformed into an enjoyable leisure space.

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    Green work paves the way

    As part of National Allotments Week, Adullam is sharing stories of allotments created on many of its sites, showing how they help those involved. The first is at Liberty House in Salford.

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    Outdoor toys gift welcomed

    A gift from Asda’s Fosse Park store in Leicester has provided children at Adullam Homes’ Bethany Court in the city with some very welcome outdoor play equipment.

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    Celebrating friendship

    Co-production with the Methodist Mission and Starbucks in Bolton will see residents at Adullam Homes' projects there have a lovely World Friendship Day.

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    A changed young man

    On Youth Skills Day we look at the difference applying an asset-based skills development approach has made to a young man at Adullam's Empowering Futures project in Leicestershire

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    Pandemic plan updated

    Getting the balance right between providing face-to-face support and protecting staff and clients is important. Adullam's updated pandemic plan takes account of everyone's health and well-being.

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    Volunteers adapt to lockdown

    Adullam's Sense of Place volunteers in Tameside have continued to work throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, finding new ways to make valuable contributions.

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    Celebrating Pride

    With Pride parades cancelled this year, Adullam Homes staff and service users have been raising awareness in other ways,

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    Virtual arrears surgeries opened

    To make sure frontline staff working for Adullam Homes in a range of locations are fully up to date with how to handle arrears, the Association’s Central Rents & Charges Team has introduced virtual surgeries.

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    Accommodation solution for ex-forces personnel

    For former armed forces personnel, regular or reserve, looking for somewhere to live in Liverpool, Adullam Homes’ Princes Project could be the answer.

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    Bury ABEN phase 4 launched

    The latest phase of Bury’s ABEN (A Bed Every Night) project has started, with a completely new structure which sees Adullam providing both the accommodation and support.

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    New Chief Executive announced

    Adullam Homes Housing Association is delighted to announce the appointment of Alison Sargent as its new CEO; she will join the organisation on July 1.

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    Filling the gap

    In our final Volunteers' Week story, Lynda Pelling tells how a gap on her CV and lack of referees prompted her to volunteer – and how it has changed her life!

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    A fair approach

    Today for Volunteers’ Week 2020 we look at how Adullam’s Sheffield Foundations project, which provides floating support to people who have mental health issues alongside housing needs, works with the universities in the city to find people to help support its work.

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    Volunteering is good for you!

    Volunteering helps others but what many of those who act as volunteers don't realise is that it is proven to be good for their own health and well-being.

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    A volunteer transformed

    Today for Volunteers' Week we tell the story of Ash, whose time with Adullam helped transform him from an insecure individual to a confident person with a full-time job.

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    Sense of Place

    In the first of a series of stories for Volunteers' Week 2020, Volunteer Coordinator Heather Butterworth introduces the Tameside Sense of Place project.

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    Kindness Games winners announced

    Dozens of acts of kindness were delivered across Greater Manchester as a result of a competition created for Mental Health Awareness Week.

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    Broad support for those with mental health issues

    Adullam's Foundations project in Sheffield provides support to people who have mental health issues alongside housing needs. It works with the aim of helping individuals to live independently in their community, applying an asset-based approach.

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    Kindness game developed for MHAW

    One of the ways Adullam Homes is promoting Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 is by creation of and participation in a game that encourages everyone to be kind to others, the environment and themselves.

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    New activities at centre for homeless women

    Residents at a centre for single homeless women in Bolton are being kept occupied during coronavirus lockdown with activities including a baking competition and arts and crafts work to create decorative items for communal areas.

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    Residents transformed by support

    Spending time at Adullam's Next Steps project in Bolton has helped two men turn their lives around.

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    Support helps maintain vital contact

    Contact, help and learning for tenants in temporary supported accommodation which had been halted by the coronavirus pandemic is being re-established thanks to a grant from Cadwyn Clwyd Rural Development Agency, a loan from Digital Communities Wales and new technology.

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    Adullam endorses NHF statement

    Adullam Homes is fully endorsing a statement issued by the National Housing Federation and has made a number of changes to support service users and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Denbighshire landlords offered supported service

    Private landlords throughout Denbighshire are being offered the opportunity to get their properties occupied and the tenancy managed at no cost to themselves.

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    Online payments introduced

    Adullam Homes has introduced online payments to make life safer and simpler for service users and staff.

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    New mental health assertive prevention support service

    A newly commissioned mental health assertive prevention support service has been launched in Sheffield by Adullam Homes Housing Association.

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    Residents reflect on pandemic impact

    As we progress out of lockdown, Adullam is making sure it provides tenants, residents and service users with the best pathways out of the pandemic.

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    Getting people talking

    Getting people talking and connecting with others were key aims of Mental Health Awareness Week that Adullam's Bolton projects achieved in a variety of ways.

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    Beech House barbecue

    David Clemets, from Adullam Social Enterprises (ASE)Training, explains how a barbecue can be beneficial to your wellbeing.

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