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Swale - Sheppey and Sittingbourne

Your Way
Call: 07740 488 576
Email: [email protected]
Text: ‘swale’ and your message to 82727

Accessing Your Way is designed to be as easy and straight forward as possible. We aim to make support genuinely self-directed for everyone we work with.
Your Way works alongside individuals as they overcome obstacles and move forward with their life. This might include:
  • Managing mental health
  • Entering education
  • Returning to work
  • Finding new hobbies and social activities
  • Solving housing issues
  • Making friends
  • Organising finances
  • Reducing need for mental health services

What we offer:
  • Bespoke one-to-one support to help individuals achieve their recovery goals.
  • Person-centred planning, using Recovery Star, WRAP Plan or other tailored tools.
  • Support to improve physical and mental wellbeing, access work, leisure, education and training opportunities.
  • Links with organisations, networks and peers across the local community.
  • An open-minded approach, and a service built on the principles of user leadership and excellent customer service.
  • Tailored support via personal budgets, direct payments, spot purchase and self-funders.
  • Peer support and peer support training.
  • Tailored volunteer opportunities.
  • A flexible programme of service user led groups and activities in the community.

Referrals accepted from: Community mental health teams, GPs, carers, family and friends, plus self-referral.




Head Office
2nd Floor Watling Chambers
18-19 Watling Street

T: 01227 760078
F: 01227 453331
E: [email protected]

24-hour Helpline 0800 567 76 99
From a mobile 0300 365 76 99

We help anyone who is homeless or threatened with homelessness. We also work with any vulnerable people who need support and advice.

Porchlight provides support and accommodation projects to single homeless people and people at risk of becoming homeless. We also work hard to prevent homelessness by helping people to maintain tenancies.

All of our service users are offered support, guidance, motivation and encouragement from our trained team of support workers. We develop person-centred support plans that promote independence and champion inclusion within the wider community.

Self referral apart from; our mental health supported accommodation project (Prospects) need to be made via the mental health team and applicants must have a designated mental health professional in place.
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