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Leaving care, Rose House, Hartlepool
Rose House offers accommodation for young people in Hartlepool aged 16-24 who are leaving the care system and are in need of housing.
The Rose House project has seven accommodation units including four one-bedroom furnished flats and two rooms in a shared flat. Young people can stay at the scheme for up to two years.
Each person at Rose House works with their key worker to develop a personalised support plan, which can include help with:
- money management
- access to a wide range of services
- tenancy management and being a good neighbour
- cooking, cleaning and routines.
There is a crash pad for emergency accommodation and a communal area for socialising with residents and staff.
Rose House is staffed 24 hours a day.
What are the move-on options?
The service works closely with social landlords, council housing teams and private landlords to offer a choice of housing options when residents are ready to move on.
Rose House offers support to help with the move into independent living, as well as information about other community-based services.
How to apply
People are referred to Rose House from Hartlepool Borough Council. Referrals are via an application, interview and needs assessment process.