Various schemes exist that help and support young people who are desperate and homeless find temporary emergency accommodation (NightStop, CAYSH) in difficult situations. But what about women and women with young families?
Jeena provides women and women with young families who are fleeing difficult circumstances with no recourse to public funding with temporary emergency accommodation. In collaboration with local councils, vulnerable women and women with young families referred to Jeena from a protective service will get a place with one of Jeena’s fully trained safe homes. During this time, support workers will help the women and women with young families find permanent residence and set the ball rolling for a better quality of life.
Jeena aims to re-home all women and women with young families within two weeks. Once re-homed, Jeena remains fully supportive and available to provide free help and advice to find employment, work through benefits applications, find local schools for young children, free NVQ training courses and just about anything else that can be done to get vulnerable women and women with young families protected, safe and confident in starting a new life.
Sound interesting? If you or anyone else you think might be interested in this project, get in touch via the “Contact us” button.
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If you are an organiation who wants to be involved with the safe homes project, get in touch via the “Contact us” button and we can run it on your behalf.
Coming soon Jeena will be launching Jeena Helpline for anybody in need to get in touch with somebody who can help.