Great news for Hull service users as projects come together

Happy news today as we commit to a strengthened working partnership with the Vineyard Project Ltd. the Project based in the centre of Hull provides services that are respectful, supportive, effective and enabling.

The Vineyard Project offers homeless people the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to live successfully in their own independent accommodation and back to employment, through tenancy management, training, volunteering supported living, making a positive turn-around in their lives. Support is provided using the support/care planning approach with emphasis on multi-agency working towards achievement of negotiated and agreed aims and goals.
Vineyard Project offers:

Tenancy management ensuring long term leases in line with current housing benefit legislation
Tenants supported for length of tenancy
Tackling homelessness and empowering individuals
Support in training, education and employment
Advising and sign posting on benefits issues, legal, asylum, budgeting
Access emotional support, advice and guidance
Develop social skill
Access local training

“Our vision is for everyone who is experiencing homelessness or threatened with homelessness to have access and appropriate housing/accommodation and timely support (by addressing individually issues contributing and leading to homelessness) enabling them lead valued lives in the community as equal citizens”

The move which will see us have an ever increasing presence at the Hull Vineyard office will benefit all service users and tenants as well as providing much needed companionship and comfort to those in need. Part of our commitment to work closely together is to improve information sharing across the city between services, the homeless and the council, to be better placed with a stronger team and network to be as available as possible at all times.

This partnership is a real step forward in how services can work together effectively for the best interests of services users and the community.

For more information please do contact us at the links bellow.