Statham House Rochdale | Depaulcharity

Statham House Rochdale | Depaulcharity

Depaul helps people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Statham House Rochdale

LocationWho we help
Rochdale, Greater ManchesterUnaccompanied Aylum Seeking Children aged 16-18
How we helpHow to volunteer or get involved
We help young people attain independent living skillsContact the project either by phone or email, or call in for an informal chat and with the Volunteer Coordinator.
Contact details
Call us on 01706 715 927 or email

Who we help - At Statham House we provide 24 hour support and accommodation for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children aged between 16 and 18.

How we help – We support the young people we work with to gain independent living skills, which can also include support around physical health, emotional  wellbeing, relationships, confidence-building, self-care, finance, tenancy management, life skills, shopping, healthy eating, cooking and learning English . Our team of progression coaches, night workers, ETE workers, volunteer team and students provide intensive support for all our young people.

We are situated conveniently to all local amenities; Rochdale town centre, Railway Station, Metro link and bus stops, leading to local areas, such as Bury, Oldham, and Manchester City centre. There is a local medical centre, pharmacy, dentist, college and supermarkets.

At Statham House we  provide safe and supportive accommodation with nine one bed self-contained flats and one self-contained bedsit with its own shower and toilet.

All flats are Wi-Fi enabled and fully furnished; washing facilities are available on site and washing materials are provided. Statham House has a communal garden, lounge and kitchen area, complete with table-tennis, Play Station, Wi-Fi enabled TVs allowing the young people to enjoy TV or music in their first language on YouTube. The communal lounge is also equipped with  a computer which the young people can use for coursework, accessing information, leisure activities, social media, and keeping in contact with friends and family back home.

Referrals to be made via Rochdale, Oldham, and Bury Children’s Services.



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