02476 345583Working with Homeless Young People in Warwickshire
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We provide a range of core services (Advice, Support and Development) which are supported by other initiatives all of which aim to tackle all aspects of social disadvantage including poor housing, low levels of household incomes and low educational attainment. All Doorway’s core services work closely together to provide an inclusive approach to identify positive solutions which encourage independence and mental well being. At the heart of all of our activities is a commitment to working with the young person to meet their individual need appropriate to their personalities and situations and we strive to find better, more inventive ways to empower young people.
The aim of our organisation is to ensure that young people who are homeless can look forward with optimism, raise their aspirations and improve their quality of life as a result of accessing good quality housing and support and equipping them with the skills, attitudes and ability to move forward positively in their lives and fulfil their needs and potential.
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Tom’s Place will provide a room in a house or self-contained, emergency access ‘crash-pad’ type accommodation to young homeless people in the locality.Read more
Doorway Nuneaton Drop in is open to young people Monday – Friday 10 am - 4 pm for advice and support.Read more
Once a young person has had an initial assessment with Doorway they will then be invited to attend a New Home WorkshopRead more
Floating support provides support to enable young people to maintain and sustain their own tenancies.Read more
We hold Drop in sessions in Nuneaton, Atherstone, Rugby and Stratford Upon Avon. Here is our monthly Drop in Timetable.Read more