day centres and hostels
Salvation Army - Crossroads
Who the project is for ^ back to top
Young single homeless people at risk aged 16-25. Priority given to applicants with a local connection to Hyndburn Borough Council area.
Will not accept
Serious offenders, people with a history of arson.
How to get in ^ back to top
Accept self referrals and referrals from any agency.
Require proof of identity if possible. Applicant must attend interview at Crossroads to assess risks and agree that staff can seek relevant background information from partner agencies to ensure meaningful support can be offered.
No waiting list. Flats: operate waiting list.
Staffing and support ^ back to top
4 full time staff on-site, night security staff. Staff provide basic support and help with accessing services.
Access to move-on
Staff provide help with finding move-on accommodation. Accommodation includes 7 move-on flats which provide a 1-2 year stay and resettlement and life skills programme.
Accommodation ^ back to top
£14.54pw required from residents in receipt of benefits.
|Furnishings||Rooms and flats fully furnished.|
|Food||Breakfast included, prepared by residents with staff supervision.|
|Disabled facilities||All rooms wheelchair accessible, adapted shower and toilet. Flats not accessible.|
Rules and policies ^ back to top
House rules and tenure
No alcohol or smoking allowed on the premises. Licence agreement in single rooms, shorthold tenancy in flats.
No restrictions, allowed 2 nights out in 7.
Tenants in the flats are able to have a maximum of two visitors at a time.
Monthly residents meetings. Regular satisfaction surveys.
Further information ^ back to top
Accrington train station - 10 minutes walk. Bus 1.
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