LHC is the hub at the centre of a number of schemes. Each scheme has its own particular area of specialism and is treated as an individual concern, whilst being managed by LHC. This allows us to call upon and refer to a broad range of expert services which are provided from schemes highly experienced in their particular field. The schemes gain the advantage of having LHC as a single point of contact and administration, leaving them to concentrate on providing their services.

Areas of need covered by our schemes include mental health, learning difficulties, drug / substance misuse, offending, violence and abuse. The individual schemes are listed below with a brief description. Each scheme has it's own mini-site which carries full details. Click any scheme to open the mini-site in a new window. Each scheme's contact details are on its individual site, or you can find a complete list on our contacts page. The scheme mini-sites can also be launched directly from the home page.

Carr Beck  Carr Beck
Carr Beck is a unique project, which provides accommodation for homeless women over 16 who choose to continue to drink.
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Flagship partnership (Foundation, Leeds Housing Concern and Gipsil) provides accommodation and move on floating support services for young people aged 16-25 years in Leeds.

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 We offer a wide variety of volunteering opportunities, for you to choose between. When you volunteer with LHC you will benefit from a supportive environment with friendly staff who will be available to offer advice and guidance to you.

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Seacole provides quality accommodation for single homeless young people with varying and multiple needs, in a supportive, healthy and safe environment. It offers young people the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to live successfully in their own independent accommodatin within 6 months.

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Sinclair provides a accommodation-based and floating support for current drug users. Sinclair's ethos is one of harm-reduction and it does this by multi agency partnerships.

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 Women's Scheme

The Women's Sector provides a fully furnished accommodation that encompasses hostels, shared houses and single tenancies all within the Leeds area for women who have needs other than being homeless. These needs may include substance misuse, physical, mental health or learning disabled issues, an offending background or domestic violence.

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The DIP is a key part of the government's strategy for tackling drugs and reducing crime. Introduced in 2003, with new elements having been phased in each year since, the programme aims to get adult drug-misusing offenders out of crime and into treatment and other support.

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 Men's Scheme

Men's Sector provides supported housing for 45 single homeless men. In addition to being homeless the men have support needs that may include an offending background, problems with alcohol and/or drugs, or a background of rough sleeping.

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