Young single homeless people aged 16-25 who require support to enable them to live independently and are willing to engage in training and support on and off site.
Supported housing provides homeless young people with their own independent living space, where they receive support from our friendly team of Key Workers along with Life Skills training to enable people to develop the skills they need to live indendently.
Floating support provides support to young people in their own home to enable them to maintain independent living.
Each young person is allocated a Key Worker who assists them with everything, from advice relating to education, employment and training, to how to overcome personal issues in their lives. All our Key Workers are highly trained, experienced, committed individuals whose primary function is to see all residents succeed and thrive in the local community.
Tuesday and Thursday 9am to 5.30pm
Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm
Accept self referrals and referrals from any agency. Most referrals come from local authority, Base 25 and Wolverhampton/Walsall Probation Service.
Phone daily 24 hours. Prospective resident completes application form. Interviews allocated daily Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Require proof of ID, income status and 2 references from professional people or organisations who know the applicant.
Operate waiting list.
Length of stay Minimum 1 week Maximum 2 years Average 7-8 months