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Homeless families, Middlesbrough
Penrith Road provides accommodation for families who are homeless in Middlesbrough.
The project offers 12 two-bedroom and two three-bedroom flats with access to a communal area, laundry facilities and outside play area.
A crash pad is also available for homeless 16-17 year olds for a maximum stay of four weeks. Staff members are available 24 hours per day.
The service we provide at Penrith Road helps residents to move on to full independence, giving them the skills to successfully manage their future permanent tenancy.
People can get support for a wide range of issues including:
- money management
- developing confidence
- getting back independence
- information and advice to help you find work, training or education
- getting involved in the local community.
Support is offered for a maximum of two years.
What are the move on options?
Services at Penrith Road works closely with social landlords, local council housing teams and private landlords to offer choice when residents are ready to move on.
Support is offered to help with the move into independent living and we can also refer people to other community-based services.
How to apply
People looking for accommodation at Penrith Road need to contact Middlesbrough Council's homeless team.