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Nottinghamshire Adult Support Service (South) - NCHA

Nottinghamshire Adult Support Service (NASS) provides free support to vulnerable adults with various needs living in Nottinghamshire. NASS provides group based workshops and drop-in sessions to sustain tenancies, manage debt and promote independence.
          
Description of service and support

The support offered could include some of the following:

 - Making benefits claims;
 - Budgets and debt repayment;
 - Tenancy rights and tenancy sustainment, including dealing with housing officials and private landlords;
 - Making contact with statutory services and support providers and assisting to complete relevant documentation if required;
 - Accessing education and training and signposting to appropriate services to enable individuals to meet their individual outcomes;
 - Working with service users to improve confidence and self esteem.

The service is provided predominantly in group style settings, there is expected to be an element of face to face support.  The service has no cost attached and has 4 members of staff.


Service Opening Hours

Monday  Various
Tuesday   Various
Wednesday   Various
Thursday  Various
Friday  Various
Saturday  
Sunday  


Office Opening Hours

Monday   09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday   09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday   09:00 - 17:00
Thursday   09:00 - 17:00
Friday  09:00 - 17:00
Saturday  
Sunday  

Address:

NASS South,
Unit 3, Sheridan Court,
64 Mansfield Road,
Nottingham


NG1 3GY

Public Transport:
Nottingham City Centre location – Bus/train/tram services

Contact Data:

Telephone: 0115 844 3696
Fax: 0115 841 2621
Email: nass@ncha.org.uk
Web address: http://www.personalisedsupport.co.uk

People who have a range of support needs (with priority given to people who are moving on from supported accommodation, prison or hospital) and who have low level learning disability or mental health issues, who have been assessed for Adult Community Care Services and do not meet the council’s (Fair Access to Care) eligibility.
Self referral or agency referral. Via application form which is available on the website or from NCHA. Telephone 0115 844 3540