As a result of COVID-19, Hope Into Action’s tenants have experienced tensions and struggles due to lockdown and the economic impact of the virus. 80% of its tenants have underlying health problems, with one of its tenants surviving the virus and another receiving end of life care. Its service users are struggling and release tensions they would have normally been able to. Due to isolation, its tenants need more emotional and practical support than ever.
LandAid’s £6,750 grant will provide support for their frontline workers such as PPE. It will also ensure the cleanliness and safety of their homes.
Hope Into Action’s aim is for people to move on to live independently in the community. It addressed skills to maintain tenancy, improve relationships, reduce crime and re-offending, manage/reduce addiction and manage personal finances.