day centres and hostels
If you want to stay in this project you cannot apply directly yourself. Look in How to get in below for more information.
Irwell Valley Housing Association - Greenbank
Housing Options Service Trafford (HOST)
0161 912 2230
Who the project is for ^ back to top
Young single homeless people with low to medium support needs. Must have a local connection to Trafford.
Will not accept
Schedule 1 offenders, arsonists.
How to get in ^ back to top
All referrals from Housing Options Service Trafford.
No waiting list.
Staffing and support ^ back to top
Staff available daily 7.45am-9.10pm, concierge provides overnight cover. Weekly support sessions, workshops and activities. Independent living skills workbook completed to prepare residents for independent living. Staff provide support and advice on benefits, education, employment and training, offending and rehousing.
Community Change Foundation run drug and alcohol awareness sessions. On-site drop-in run by young persons drug and alcohol team. Outreach nurse runs monthly sexual health drop-in.
Access to move-on
Staff support residents to find suitable move-on accommodation. Have 4 move-on flats. Floating support service.
Accommodation ^ back to top
21 including 2 emergency access rooms.
£6.86pw required from residents receiving benefits.
|Furnishings||Rooms fully furnished, ensuite.|
|Other facilities||Lounge, chill out room, wifi, laundry, garden.|
|Disabled facilities||1 room with wheelchair access.|
Rules and policies ^ back to top
House rules and tenure
Applicants must sign occupancy conditions document and engage in programme of support.
Must spend at least 4 nights pw at the scheme. If not back by 2am will be classed as a night out.
Resident meetings, focus groups. Youth Advisory Panel.
Volunteering and donations ^ back to top
Non perishable food, toiletries. Contact project for details.
Further information ^ back to top
Irwell Valley Housing Association.
Trafford Bar tram.