Salvation Army - Bramwell House
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Single homeless people. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to the area.
Who we cannot help
History of arson. Sex offenders.
Mixed and women only
Minimum age accepted
Maximum age accepted
How to get a referral
Priority is made for applicants with a local connection to the area. Referrals are to be made through Housing Needs.
Referrals are made to the centre from Housing Needs. Upon completion of the referral, the applicant is to attend the centre where an interview will take place.
Length of stay
Support and accommodation
24 hour waking cover. A support worker for each client, tailor made and person centred support planning sessions on a regular basis. Programme consists of cooking, budgeting, well being, employment and training. Football team which play regularly. Annual day trips out. Part time counsellor who comes and speaks to clients on a one-to-one basis. Chaplain on site, who is always available for clients. Specialist Support Worker who specialises in substance misuse and addictions. Groups are held with this worker as well as one-to-one sessions.
Including 11 spaces for women only .6 resettlement.
Blackburn train and bus station - 5 minutes walk.