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Move in Move on, Middlesbrough
Move in, Move on is a scheme in Middlesbrough that helps single people with mental health issues to learn new skills and live more independently.
Move in, Move on (MIMO) offers:
- a seven bedroom residential unit with shared facilities
- staff members available 24-hours a day
- residencies provided on a licence agreement.
The scheme helps people to build their confidence and access mental health support and education, training, voluntary work or employment.
MIMO helps people to reconnect with activities they’re interested in and to find new activities in their local community.
We can help people identify accommodation to help them move on from the scheme.
MIMO works closely with social landlords, local council housing teams and private landlords to offer choice when residents are ready to move on. We also offer support to help with the transition into independent living as well as referrals to other community-based services.
How to apply
People can be referred to the scheme through secondary mental health teams or by contacting the scheme directly.
The service is funded by Middlesbrough Council and delivered in partnership with Stockton and Middlesbrough Mind, and a private landlord.
For more details about Move in, Move on please contact tel: 01642 243871.