We provide person-centred support, working with each individual to discover their strengths and rebuild their lives from homelessness.

Most homeless people will have experienced traumatic life events in the lead-up to becoming homeless, meaning that their challenges are not simply ‘housing’ and they suffer deep social exclusion due to a combination of complex needs.

Paramount to this work is operating a flexible, intuitive, and person-centred approach, through tailored support plans, activities and courses centred around improving personal and social skills and developing coping mechanisms for living well and independently.

All AMAT UK residents develop support and risk management plans with their allocated Support Workers.

This focuses on those areas below that are relevant to that particular individual:

  • Motivation/taking responsibility
  • Self-care living skills
  • Managing money and personal admin
  • Social networks and relationships
  • Substance use
  • Physical health
  • Mental wellbeing
  • Meaningful use of time
  • Managing tenancy and accommodation
  • Offending

We want homeless people who are accommodated by AMAT UK to rebuild their lives and achieve the following goals:

  • Live independent and fulfilling lives
  • Live in safe, appropriate and stable accommodation
  • Sustain healthy friendships and relationships with themselves and others.

If you need our help – ring or visit our office – or complete the self-referral form online HERE

How you can help AMAT

There are lots of ways in which you can help support AMAT to ensure that we can continue to provide our support to the homeless and vulnerable people in Medway.