As someone who suffers from mental health, World mental health day is so important, it raises awareness of mental health. Mental health is not always obvious unless we talk about it, we can hide it with a smile.
“I was homeless, sleeping rough before I was put in contact with Albany Housing Trust. I was interviewed by staff who were very welcoming. I was offered a house share. I couldn’t believe the size of the room and property. I have been so happy with the service, house and experience. I’m very fortunate to be in such a positive position, with good back-up and support.”
John came to Albany in August 2018 as he found himself with nowhere to live after the breakdown of his relationship. John had started to self medicate with alcohol and drugs because he did not have a suitable and steady accommodation.
Albany are great, very supportive. Love Albany Staff. They are great. The girls are great always ringing to check up on me.
Albany have really helped me, they are so supportive. I started in a 4 bedroom shared property now I am living in a self contained studio flat by myself; this is all thanks to Albany. I am so happy at Albany because of them I am living independently..