Manchester Settlement - Young People's Housing

Referral address

New Roundhouse
1328-1330 Ashton Old Road
Openshaw
Manchester
M11 1JG

Referral phone

0161 974 1300

Referral email

kerrybusuttil@manchestersettlement.org.uk

Website

http://www.manchestersettlement.org.uk


Who is the project for?

Who do we help?

Young people aged 16 to 24 who are at risk or homeless and have and are committed to addressing identified support needs. We specifically work with young people who have been engaged and supported by MCR Social Services but pleased do contact us to talk through your application.

Who we cannot help

We cannot support convicted arsonists or sex offenders due to the medium to low needs of the project.

  • Minimum age accepted: 16
  • Maximum age accepted: 24

How to get a referral

Referral agencies

Accept referrals from Manchester based Social Services such as UASC, Leaving Care but please do contact us directly and we will be very happy to talk through your referral so we can offer advice and support

Referral procedure

Phone Mon-Fri 9am-5pm or write. Application form completed by referral agency in all cases and must be emailed through to; kerrybusuttil@manchestersettlement.org.uk Assessment Interview must be completed once all supporting information such as proof of ID and relevant background information has been received and reviewed in full.

Length of stay

  • Minimum stay: 3 months
  • Maximum stay: 2 years

Support and accommodation

Support offered

Support staff meet with customers on site or in their homes at least 2 times per week. We operate a customer led nominated for out of hours assistance when staff are off site. Compulsory key work system, which also includes meaningful occupation for all customers throughout the lifetime of the licence agreement. All meetings are planned and completed around the customers college or volunteering commitments availability. Bespoke customer focused action plans, working towards agreed an agreed outcomes framework is reviewed and/or updated on a 3 monthly basis. Each customer can access a range of support during the Licence aimed to build confidence, skill set and resilience. Help with forms, benefits, budgeting, maintaining the a home, life skills, and support around training, volunteering and employment.

Rooms and charges

Residents pay their own utility and water bills.

  • Flat: 8
  • Total spaces: 8

Facilities

  • Furnishings: Properties are partly furnished, with kitchen and bathroom facilities and window coverings.
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  • Disabled facilities: None.
  • Other facilities: Access to ICT and Group/Education facilities at the nearby office where staff are based. This is in close proximity to the properties.

Rules and policies

House rules and tenure

Must participate in programme of support. Smoking in own flat only, but not during staff visits. Assured shorthold tenancy.

Visitors

Approved over 18 years old guests can stay overnight following a successful induction period.

User participation

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Further information

Public transport

We are a city based project and we are near to all trains, buses and trams in and out of the City of MCR.


Is this page accurate?

If you work for Manchester Settlement - Young People's Housing and would like to tell us about any of this information that needs updating please email the Homeless Link Information team. Please note this email address does not contact the service listed above so do not use it if you are looking for help or advice. 

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