Resettlement Plan Team (RPT)

As the clients recover, the project prepares a resettlement plan by providing the necessary skills for employment and housing to reintegrate them back into the community.

The resettlement team works closely with the internal Pastoral Care Team, Psychiatrist Team, other agencies and the recovered clients to ensure there is a co-ordinated approach to the client’s further education, vocational training, apprenticeship, employment, housing and support.

Recovered clients may have two periods of support, firstly to settle them into appropriate temporary accommodation and later to move them into settled accommodation. If longer term support is needed, the client will be referred to other appropriate Memhrep’s partner agencies for on-going support.

The support provided depends on the client’s needs and does vary from person to person. Support plans can include anything the client and the specialist worker feel appropriate to help keep the accommodation and live in the community.

It is the organisation’s goal to empower the life of the recovered clients in their safe reintegration in the local community.

Resettlement support plan includes:
  • Regular welfare visits
  • Providing temporary accommodation
  • Help with training for work
  • Help getting employment or voluntary work
  • Help with personal management (e.g. budgeting)
  • Assisting client to acquire a permanent or family home
  • Getting help from other agencies
  • Support for clients to get furniture & household equipment at the new home
  • Assistance in initial payment of electricity and water bills
  • Escorting client to their meetings (if required) with other agencies, as an advocate
  • Help recovered client to register with local doctor through Health Insurance Scheme
  • Educating family and friends on their re-union with recovered clients