About the service
The Sheltered Housing and Respite Emergency (SHARE) service offer short-term accommodation for people leaving hospital, providing support to help them reintegrate back into the community.
The service provides support around accommodation, debt management, welfare benefits, medication, using community facilities, setting up specialist community support, re-establishing contact with and support from family/friends, assessing and developing coping abilities and living skills.
The respite service supports people in maintaining an independent lifestyle while continuing to live in the community. The respite offered might provide a break for carers or an opportunity for a service user to get additional regular support. The beds the service offers can be used for a planned stay or booked at short notice for people who find they need a more immediate response.
Crisis beds are intended for use to help service users or their carers to prevent or manage a crisis as an alternative to hospital admission where home treatment is not indicated. The accommodation provides access 24 hours a day.
The aim of the out of hours telephone support line is to provide a service for people living in Calderdale, giving access to experienced mental health workers who offer support and advice to people with mental health needs, their relatives, friends and carers.
Why would someone choose the service?
- Rehab clients identify own outcomes
- The service provides support to live as independently as possible in the community
- Well maintained studio apartments with en-suite facilities
- Support for clients and carers
- Crisis beds are a good alternative to a hospital admission
- Clients are treated in the least restrictive environment
- The environment supports quicker recovery
- Access to experienced mental health staff available 24 hours a day
Staff you may meet
- Administrative staff provide essential support to doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. This can be in a variety of different settings, with administrators working as a receptionist in a clinic or a clerk on a ward. They may also be working closely with a consultant as a medical secretary.
- Housekeepers help nurses run hospital wards. They are a member of a ward team and support the delivery of clinical care by ensuring the ward is a clean, safe and attractive place which is conducive to patient care.
- There are many people who work behind the scenes to keep services running and you may meet them in hospital or community settings. They include porters, cleaners, plumbers, electricians, decorators receptionists and secretaries who all work to make sure healthcare settings are kept clean, tidy and safe.
- The NHS employs a wide range of clinical staff, it wouldn’t be possible to list them all on this website! All our clinical staff are skilled, dedicated professionals who adhere to high standards of training and work-place practice.