Health, Care & Support
Campbell Tickell has worked extensively with local authorities, integrated care bodies, public health, care and support providers, as well as charities and housing associations on a range of housing, care and support issues.
Our team understand the challenges and opportunities of delivering integrated and person-centred services that meet the diverse needs of different groups and communities.
With the skills and expertise to manage complex and multi-agency partnerships, involving health, homelessness, criminal justice, and others, and develop effective strategies, we have a proven track record of delivering high-quality work.
Most of our work involves data analysis, stakeholder consultation, and gathering the views of people with lived experience of services – and co-production, as well as research into best practice to inform clients about innovations in their area of concern.
We are about helping our clients achieve their goals and improve the lives of the people they serve.
Our recent work includes:
Developing Homelessness and rough sleeping strategies that address the root causes and solutions of homelessness, including research into Housing First strategies.
Conducting housing needs assessments for people with learning disabilities, autism, severe mental health difficulties, and other complex needs, to inform housing development and commissioning strategies.
Working with local authorities and providers on developing older peoples’ housing strategies and reviewing sheltered and other older person’s housing provision.
Development of single homelessness and rough sleeping strategies.
We have a tried and tested methodology for carrying out housing needs assessments for a wide range of client groups. These groups include people with learning disabilities, autism, severe mental ill health, forensic histories, as well as for older people, single homeless and rough sleepers. Our methodology is flexible enough to be tailored to each client.
Housing Needs Assessments are used to:
- Support clients to develop Market Position Statements
- Identify project specifications for housing delivery partners
- Develop housing pipelines, as well as supporting their delivery e.g. investigating possible sites, and carrying out soft market testing.
Working with local authorities and their partners, we have substantial experience of to developing Homelessness Review reports and developing homelessness and rough sleeping strategies.
This work often includes extensive stakeholder consultation, involving people with lived experience, as well as on-going engagement with commissioned and non-commissioned providers.
The outcomes of our work include supporting clients to develop a vision, key objectives, priorities and a deliverable action plan to implement their strategy.
We work with clients to evaluate their sheltered housing/independent living offer. Previous projects included a full review of the service provided as well as the buildings.
We have also supported clients to evaluate their portfolios and make strategic decisions about future developments.
Our team brings extensive experience of developing and evaluating different service model.
We have carried out local evaluations of two of the national Housing First pilots for West Midlands Combined Authority and for Liverpool City Region. We have worked with London Councils on the development of triage tools for homelessness and on a risk assessment tool aimed at preventing rough sleeping.