Our Services

Mental Health

Physical Health

Learning Disabilities

Alcohol & Drug Misuse

What We Do

Profuse Care is a CQC registered service tailored for individuals aged from 18 and above who have learning disabilities, mental health, physical health and substance misuse (Dual Diagnosis) needs in the community. Our service is tailor made to empower them with independent living skills. We offer 9am-5pm, 24 hr support living care, housing related and day concierge support.

Our living provisions offer the following to our service users:

  • Budgeting skills
  • Shopping skills
  • Job application and interview skills
  • Promotion of self-hygiene and self-respect
  • Opportunities to develop independence and self-reliance
  • Promoting choice and equality
  • A provision that is staffed for 24 hours or as required
  • Semi-Independent Support
  • Floating Support
  • Friendly and experienced staff including Therapists, Counsellors and Dual Diagnosis Workers
  • Drug and Alcohol 1:1 or group therapy support sessions
  • A very clean accommodation in a good area offering security and peace of mind
  • High-quality shared facilities
  • High-quality en-suite facilities
  • Bedrooms are furnished to a high standard and new linen on arrival
  • Work closely with Landlords to assist clients on Housing benefits to get individual accommodation (Tenancy Support)

Activities available for Service Users

We encourage clients to engage in community activities that meet their interests (for example, sporting activities, educational opportunities and leisure activities). These can be accommodated on a group or individual basis, depending on need and ability. This enables them to begin to integrate into the community and develop social networks and friendships. There will be a range of in-house activities on offer, as well as development of independent living skills through cooking, personal hygiene and domestic chores.

How our services support our Service Users

  • Develop the emotional and practical skills they need to manage their lives and live independently
  • Promoting choice and equality
  • Support to get into education, training and employment
  • Learn essential skills needed to live independently – from budgeting to cooking healthy meals
  • Grow in self-confidence and believe in their own ability to succeed
  • Understand their housing options, tenancy rights and obligations
  • Maintain good physical, emotional and sexual health
  • Provide a safe, supportive, nurturing environment
  • Assess the service user’s baseline support needs and create an Individual Support Plan to assist their development
  • Measure progress made using the Outcomes star
  • Set clear behavioural boundaries to ensure that everyone is kept safe

“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.”
~ Carl Bard