Framework HA - Pathways Centre
Linconshire County Council
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Homeless individuals. Priority given to rough sleepers, NFA prison and hospital leavers. Must have local connection to Lincolnshire.
Who we cannot help
No automatic exclusions.
- Minimum age accepted: 18
- Maximum age accepted: 99
How to get a referral
Accept referrals from named agencies including prisons.
Referrals via Lincolnshire County Council through The Avenue call:01522 552 222.
Length of stay
- Minimum stay: 1 week
- Maximum stay: 2 years
Support and accommodation
2 support workers on duty at all times. Support plans with weekly achievable action points, short and long term goals. Support offered to gain independent living skills, crisis support, risk minimisation, promotion of good health and independence, prevention of reoccurrence of homelessness. welfare checks 3 times a day. Sessions cover individual targets, safeguarding concerns, equality and diversity issues, advocacy support and resettlement.
Rooms and charges
Small room: £14.28pw, large room: £17.08pw, double room: £25.62pw required from residents in receipt of benefits.
- Single: 15
- Double: 4
- Total spaces: 19
- Furnishings: Bedsits fully furnished and equipped.
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- Disabled facilities: Full access to premises, includes intercom systems and fully accessible wet room.
Rules and policies
House rules and tenure
Alcohol and smoking in own rooms only. Licence agreement. Residents must engage with house rules, their support plan and agreed targets.
9am-5pm in communal lounge only, no under 18s. No overnight guests.
Lincoln train station - 5 minutes walk. Bus station - 15 minutes walk.
Established volunteer programme - email email@example.com for further information.
food, clothes, household goods, money. Phone 0115 841 7711 for details.
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