East Riding Resettlement Service
Our work in East Riding of Yorkshire is mainly funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. The funding supports our Nightstop and Supported Lodgings schemes and a Resettlement service. The Resettlement service is delivered in partnership with The Hinge Centre in Bridlington. We are also grateful to the Tribune Trust and Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust for their funding towards the project.
The Resettlement service is for young people aged 16-25 who have no-where permanent to live, who do not feel that they are safe in their current home or who are worried that they are going to be made homeless.
The project supports young people to access suitable stable accommodation and develop the skills they need to manage a tenancy and thrive independently.
To access the Resettlement service, young people can refer themselves by visiting their nearest East Riding Customer Service Centre or by contacting The Hinge Centre directly.
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Helping vulnerable young people in the East Riding
They were there to listen and reassure me. They let me know where to be and when. I’ve been struggling with anxiety and depression, they’ve helped me with that as well.