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We offer high-quality, safe and secure accommodation for young families and teenage parents and can work with families to develop personal support plans.
Staff can offer practical support on parenting, helping you to develop and maintain relationships, and teach you money management skills to help you to run your household.
We can help you with:
- getting into education, training and paid employment
- mental health issues, including post-natal depression
- alcohol and drug use
- healthy lifestyle.
We can also put you in touch with other specialist organisations if you need it.
Families with multiple needs
Families who are finding it difficult to cope with a range of issues can contact us for help.
Each family receives specific support to meet their own needs. With our help, families can get back on the right path.
We work with families as part of national schemes including the Troubled Families and Family Intervention projects.
Any young parents aged 16-25 can apply for our services. We give priority to people leaving care and young parents who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
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