In this accommodation clients are required to be more independent and responsible — being able to budget, cook for themselves and clean the accommodation.
Staff are available and on site 24 hours per day, days per year. To live here you must be: 18 years plus. The Beacon Gym provides free sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings for young people aged 6pm-9pm.
Included in the support package are regular meals: breakfast and evening meals which are served in the dining room. Have an income that is less than you need to be able to rent or buy yourself a property.
Saskatchewan Central Court is accessed through the Hostel although exceptions are made for those who have been living independently, who are now homeless or in danger of becoming homeless. Must be capable of basic personal care — e.
Their aim is to work within the local community to provide a range of services to support the disadvantaged, whilst also providing a series of facilities and events for the general public. Central Court Central Court is our second step accommodation situated on Ymcz Road, next to the Main Building, offering 31 shared units each containing two bedsits, one kitchen and one bathroom.
Helehs services are included with bed linens being provided and changed weekly. We are based from The Beacon but deliver sessions across the Borough.
Type of Organisation. Most sessions are free, some include a small charge.
Must be able to contribute to the maintenance of balanced community within the supported accommodation, e. Have a recent history of violence related offences. Have a history or are convicted of arson related offences.
Have a history of abusive or racist behaviour. Accommodation In our main building on the corner of Duke Street and North Road we offer a fully supported hostel for single homeless people between the ages of 18 and 55 years. More Information Selection Criteria: Priority in times of high demand for the service will be given to those with a local connection to St Helens.
The staff will provide you with the necessary support to helejs benefits, work with any external agencies you may need, support you throughout your stay with us, getting you ready for independent living and helping you find independent accommodation. You cannot live here if: You have been convicted of a Schedule 1 offence.