Salvation Army - Hope House
023 9273 6544
Who is the project for?
Who do we help?
Single homeless people, usually with a local connection, including people with alcohol, drug and mental health problems. Can accommodate people with dogs.
Who we cannot help
Carry out individual risk assessments.
- Minimum age accepted: 18
- Maximum age accepted: 65
How to get a referral
Accept referrals from Portsmouth City Council. Referral can be made there by probation, mental health services and HMP. Can accept referrals direct from prison.
If a vacancy is available and applicant meets criteria, interview. Require as much background history as possible on applicant.
Length of stay
- Minimum stay: 1 night
- Maximum stay: 2 years
Support and accommodation
12 full time staff, 24 hour waking cover. Keyworker system with regular meetings. Staff offer advice on benefits, training, employment and life skills (including cooking, budgeting, personal hygiene). Referrals to specialist agencies for support around alcohol, drugs and mental health issues. Fully staffed IT training suite.
Rooms and charges
£14.91pw required from residents in receipt of benefits.
- Single: 24
- Total spaces: 24
- Furnishings: Rooms fully furnished, with washbasins.
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- Disabled facilities: One ensuite bedroom equipped for a wheelchair user.
Rules and policies
House rules and tenure
Residents must be self medicating. Smoking in own room and outside only. Licence agreement.
Daily 9am-9pm. No overnight guests.
Fratton train station - 15 minutes walk. Stagecoach bus 21 - 1 minute walk.
Food, clothes, household goods, money. Email email@example.com for details.
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