We run Nottinghamshire’s only 24/7 direct access emergency hostel, Hope House. Hope House can support up to 22 homeless people in crisis.
We also run three properties known as ‘move on’ homes – these are designed to provide a homeless person with a stepping stone between homelessness and independent living.
When a homeless person comes to stay at Hope House,
our Support Workers provide specialist, 1-1 support. Our support enables each
individual to identify the issues that led to them becoming homeless in the
first place, then take steps to move on from homelessness for good.
Once a client moves on to a move on property, they
continue to receive up to two hours of face-to-face support a week.
Homelessness is not just a housing issue, and at Hope, we don’t treat it like one. We realise there is more to homelessness that simply not having a home.
We don’t just find our clients a house to live in. We provide tailored support to help our clients deal with whatever they’ve faced in life and the experiences that led to them becoming homeless- to help them move on from homelessness for good.
We know that everyone needs to read some positive news right now, so we’ve launched our newsletter Full of Hope. Every quarter, we bring you nothing but good news stories and positivity about Hope and homelessness in Nottinghamshire.
Hope Community Services is a registered company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under number 06783722 and registered as a Charity number 1135452.
Registered Office Hope Community Services, Head Office 17 Queen Street, Worksop, S80 2AN. © Copyright 2020 Charity. All rights reserved.