|Location||Who we help|
|London, Royal Borough of Greenwich||Young people aged 16-25 who are single without a permanent place to live, with a local connection to Greenwich.|
|How we help||How to volunteer or get involved|
|We offer housing and every day one-to-one support to young people as part of a resettlement programme.||Get in touch with our central office or fill in an Enquiry Form in Get Involved to volunteer.|
|Contact details||About us|
|Contact the Foyer on 0203 728 1130 or email email@example.com||Foyer is part of the Greenwich Pathway for young people experiencing homelessness.|
Creekside Foyer offers housing and support to young, single people at risk, including young people coming out of the criminal justice system. Our 24 hour residential scheme is a mix of self-containted flats and shared flats. The project is staffed 24 hours a day.
We are committed to helping young people back into education, employment and training and make the transition from dependence to independent living. All young people receive weekly one-to-one support sessions with an allocated support worker. These sessions are part of a planned programme of resettlement, which explores and addresses individual support needs. Areas covered include: claiming benefits, budgeting/domestic skills, family mediation, education and training options, offending behaviour, drugs or alcohol misuse, finding move on accommodation, maintaining a tenancy agreement,
In addition, the young people staying at the Foyer will work through their own personal development plan (with support form Depaul staff) and will be expected to play their part in:
- Make sure weekly rent is paid
- Attend weekly support meetings
- Be willing to do specific and practical work on their personal development, and to agree and work on an action plan with Depaul staff that will form part of their formal agreement to remain at The Foyer.
- Meet the obligations of their tenancy and house rules and show consideration to staff, neighbours and other residents.
Creekside Foyer is funded to provide temporary accommodation whilst the young people work towards making a positive change and move on to more independent accommodation, which may include options other than local authority housing.