Riverside - Centre 28
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Young single homeless people aged 16-21 including people form leaving care or with mild-medium mental health problems or learning difficulties, criminal justice and those with drug or alcohol problems. Local connection required.
Who we cannot help
History of arson. Sex offenders.
Minimum age accepted
Maximum age accepted
How to get a referral
Referrals sent to SPOC at the above email address. Once received an interview at the scheme will arranged. Young people must have proof of NINO and Birth Certificate to support benefit claims can be made successful.
Weekly meeting with Riverside and YPSS to discuss waiting list, joint decisions to allocations.
Length of stay
≤ 1 Month
Support and accommodation
Up to 6 staff on-site 7.30am-10pm, 24 hour waking cover. Weekly step sessions. Bespoke Step by Step programme to support developing independent livings skills such as , benefit claims, budget planning, food hygiene, laundry, interview skills, Positive relationships, sexual health and substance misuse etc. Support in accessing Education , training or the employment market. CV creation. Emotional and practical support 24/7.
In 5 room cluster units.
Train and bus stations - 20 minutes walk.