Phone daily 8am-11pm. Application form. Interview and risk assessment. Require ID and information from other agencies as appropriate. No direct access possible
Via TAH Outreach Team.
All referrals must go via START (South Thames Assessment, Resource and Training Team) or Supported Living Team, the Complex Needs Panel.
The Vulnerable Adults and Mental Health Pathway act as gatekeepers and assess all potential referrals to see if they are appropriate. If accepted, are invited to visit project.
All referrals via Lambeth Assessment Centre.
Care Co-Ordinators email referral to SARP. Interview. Require FACE assessment Form.
Phone any time or call in at St Silas Church Building Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Beds allocated on first come, first served basis. Need proof of ID and age eg benefit book, previous rent book. Application form completed at interview.
Referral agencies complete the Homelessness Common Assessment form and email to JLH. Assessment interview. If accepted, put on waiting list.
Referrals will come through the First Contact Team and then be sent to the Lambeth Vulnerable Adults Pathway Manager who is based at Lambeth Assessment Centre.
The Haven runs an ‘Open Access’ policy. No referral needed.