Safestop Manchester | Depaulcharity

Depaul helps people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Safestop Manchester

Location Who we help
Manchester Young people aged from 16 to 21 in the Manchester area who find themselves homeless or at risk of homelessness. This includes those who are under 18 who are leaving care and are ready for self-independent living.
How we help How to volunteer or get involved
The young people living at Safestop Manchester receive a multi-agency approach to care planning. Staff call in outside agencies where specialist knowledge is needed. We have a volunteering coordinator in the North West looking for volunteers who can enhance the lives of young people at the project. If you have skills to share, please email Sulafa at sulafa.abushal@depaulcharity.org.uk
Contact details About us
Email safe.stop@depaulcharity.org.uk or phone 01614 450311 Safestop offers round-the-clock supported housing to young people in the Manchester area. This means that any time day or night there is somebody there who the young people know and can trust.

Safestop Manchester works closely with Manchester City Council and other housing providers as part of the Manchester Young People’s Housing Alliance - working together to improve supported housing for young people in the city.

We have been in Manchester since 2000, working for young people in need.

Safestop is a high-need project and will often house young people in crisis.

Each young person who is referred to us is assessed on an individual basis - and a support package put in place around them.

This support can be helping them take small steps such as registering with a doctor and attending appointments, assessing young people to make sure they are getting the right help, and referring to specialist agencies, when needed.

The support provided is person-centred and holistic in its aims, ensuring all young people have services to benefit their personal plan.

Our main objective is to provide independent living skills to enable our young people to move into their own tenancy or into semi-supported living.

This involves helping them develop a structure and productive daily routine that is beneficial to them as they develop and move towards independence.

Young people will be encouraged to attend tenancy training to increase their chances of getting their own tenancy.

We realise this will not happen over night. We celebrate the potential of people, and that our skilled workforce, equipped with the knowledge of local agencies and amenities, are able to help them take a step in the right direction.

 

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