Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People) ­ Lancashire ­ Stepping Stone Projects

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Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People)

Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People)
Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People)
Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People)
Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People)
Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People)
Spenser Street low level Supported Accommodation (Young People)
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Introduction
This project consists of 4 fully furnished, self-contained studio flats for 16–25 year old single people who require a low level of support.

What the Service Delivers
The project is situated on a residential street in Paddiham, close to the town centre and on a main bus route into Burnley. Each client has a Floating Support Worker who works with them on a one-to-one basis in order to develop their independent living skills and address individual support needs.

Who is Eligible for the Service?
Spenser Street is a generic service for young single people aged 16-25 who require low level of housing related support.

How to Access the Service
For further information on this project or to make a referral please call 01706 646922 or email crt( at )stepping-stone.org.uk

What Support will I receive?
At the move in stage the allocated Floating Support Worker will complete an induction programme with each new client. Following this they will arrange an appointment with the client to agree an initial support plan. The information from the initial support plan will form the basis for the development of a full Support / Action plan, which is devised and agreed by the Client, Support Worker and any other agencies that the clients would like to be involved in the support process.

Examples of Support that can be offered include:
• Help accessing and maintaining suitable long term accommodation.
• Advice on housing right and responsibilities.
• Help accessing specialist agencies around mental health issues,.
• Help accessing specialist services around substance/alcohol issues.
• Help with applying for benefits, grants and loans.
• Help with budgeting, paying bills and managing debts.
• Help filling in forms.(i.e. Welfare benefits).
• Support accessing specialist agencies and support services.
• Support in accessing employment ,voluntary work opportunities, training and education.
• Help building self confidence.
• Support to develop shared living skills.

Client information and activities
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