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Mental Health and Substance Misuse Support Worker

Exciting career opportunity with Goleudy Housing & Support!

Location: Swansea (SA1 1RG)
Hours: 35 per week full-time (part-time contracts available)
Salary: £11.64 per hour (£21,180 full-time at 35 hours pro rata)
Flexibility: Part-time options are available.
Closing Date: 13/02/2023
Desired but not essential: Car driver and use of own vehicle with business insurance

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About the Role

Goleudy’s mental health and substance misuse support teams provide a unique service for individuals living with or recovering from mental health issues who are Care managed. We also have a team in supported accommodation that supports people who have experienced homelessness and substance misuse. 

At our Willow (registered with the Care Inspectorate Wales) and ROADS projects, we offer safe and secure accommodation with support tailored to the needs of the individual. Each tenant has a self-contained one-bedroom flat with their own individual kitchen and bathroom and access to communal areas. Support is person-centred allowing tenants to make choices about their lives, aspirations and goals. 

We provide support for a wide range of needs that include:

  • Maintaining a tenancy

  • Budgeting and Benefit Entitlement

  • Daily living skills

  • Managing emotional, mental and physical health

  • Managing medication (in Willow Project)

  • Employment / Volunteering / Educational opportunities

  • Social opportunities

  • Support networks/ relationships

About Goleudy

Goleudy is a charity based in South Wales and has been established since 1975, and has 47 years of experience delivering services. 

We cover 4 local authority areas with a range of services that include 24-hour hostels, intensive and preventative floating support, rough sleepers outreach services, supported housing and mental health & substance misuse services. 

We prevent homelessness, provide housing, create opportunities, and tackle poverty and social exclusion. Our job is to improve the lives of people who are threatened with, or experience homelessness, a housing crisis, or mental health (MH) issues and trauma. 

About the Project

A Swansea-based Mental Health and Substance Misuse Support Worker will work at either the ROADS or Willow projects. You can find out more about these projects here



If you have a preference for either of these, you can specify it in your application.

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