Support pathway

Each resident will have their own support worker who will help them with welfare advice, skills development, health and wellbeing and preparation for education and employment. All residents are expected to attend college, work or training and will be supported by staff to engage with one of these routes for a minimum of 16 hours a week.

The support we provide is an essential part of your stay with The Y, therefore if you withdraw or do not need support we will review your accommodation arrangements.

Money Advice

Our Moneywise worker offers financial advice and support to young people moving on into a social housing tenancy, which is part of the citywide Moneywise Project. Your key worker can arrange this for you.

Moneywise

Housing Pledge

The Y is committed to ensuring that all residents are treated with respect and dignity at all times. Our quality standards set out the level of provision residents can expect and we will take all complaints seriously. View full housing pledge.

"The staff genuinely care about you as a person and when I got a place in the move on house I just felt like I was stepping up so much. I feel more independent here but they still check up on me. Now Im a much stronger more confident person and more adaptable." - Kedeisha