Between 2021 and 2022, Cranstoun has supported over 20,000 adults and young people.
94% Housing First service users have been accommodated through the programme.
In the past year 94.5% of young people achieved the goals agreed on their care plans.
97% of the people we work with agree that our staff are friendly and approachable.
94% of our people feel Cranstoun has a positive impact on society.
“Cranstoun gave me the tools to rebuild my life and embrace the future in a positive and productive way.”
Jay first became involved with Cranstoun as a service user. With Jay’s openness, hard work and dedication he soon became a service user rep. Jay volunteered five days a week, offering support to service users and staff members.
He then took the brave jump towards paid employment, and with his compassion, incredible story and dedication to helping others, Jay now works for Cranstoun as a recovery worker.
National funding awarded to challenge high-risk domestic abuse perpetrators
Posted on: 9 June, 2023
Local councils and police have been awarded national funding to deliver the Drive Project, an initiative to challenge the...Read more
New £1.5m Domestic Abuse Service Launches in Telford & Wrekin
Posted on: 1 June, 2023
Telford and Wrekin’s new specialist Domestic Abuse Support Service will launch this week (June 1), which will provide vital...Read more
A volunteer’s story: Inspired by Cranstoun
Posted on: 31 May, 2023
Over four years ago I started attending Cranstoun Inspire in Sutton as an Abstinent Service User at the Recovery...Read more