• Date: 09/04/2024

Revival joins EXCITING new partnership empowering vulnerable people in Derbyshire

Operations Manager and Service Supervisor stood at the top of the stairs looking at the camera smiling

Revival joins forces with Citizens Advice Mid Mercia and South Derbyshire CVS to form the Low-Level Support service.

This April a new support service launches in Derbyshire that will empower residents to live independently at home for longer.

Starting on 1 April, the low-level support service will take a unique partnership approach to provide extensive support available to a wider community of people.

Revival will join forces with the UK’s largest support provider Citizens Advice and local charity South Derbyshire CVS.

Together we will support adults who are facing barriers that prevent them from living independently at home. Offering to address issues, provide advice, empower adults to improve their confidence, reconnect them to a support network and signpost to other service to prevent their needs from becoming more serious.

Mel Dunn Executive Director of Wellbeing

Executive Director of Support and Wellbeing Mel Dunn, shares more about Revival’s involvement as part of the new service.

“We’re really pleased to be part of such an amazing partnership”, said Mel.

“It’s an amazing support service which will help to make a difference to so many vulnerable people in Derbyshire.

“Revival have been providing support services to people in the Derbyshire area for over five years. The trusted team will continue to use their expertise of local people and services as part of this exciting new partnership.

“Working in collaboration with our amazing partners Citizens Advice Mid Mercia and South Derbyshire CVS will mean we’re able to deliver support across a wider geographic location.

“We’re proud to be part of this partnership and can’t wait to see how collectively we’ll make a difference to local people and local communities.”

Want to find out more about the service? Visit: www.thisisrevival.org.uk/lowlevelsupportservice