At The Big Bolton Expo on 6th October, you can enjoy a delicious glass of wine on your arrival courtesy of our Wine Sponsor BYPHS.
We’re so pleased that Bolton Young Persons Housing Scheme are one of our sponsors, and we hope you’ll come along to the expo to say hello.
Bolton Young Persons Housing Scheme was established in 1992 to meet the needs of single young homeless people in Bolton and is still going strong to this day. A Registered Charity, the Scheme works to support Young single people between the ages of sixteen and twenty five years of age in the Bolton area. The scheme managed by the team led by Director Maura Jackson has the stated aim of helping Young People to develop the basic skills needed and help with any problems being faced by their young clients to enable them to develop life skills and move on successfully to independence by offering safe accommodation, emotional support, plus practical guidance to enable independent living. The scheme includes help with finding a place to live for its residents and provide further support whilst the young person settles into their own place.
Supported Tenancies by offering 70 flats to rent to homeless, vulnerable, young people, the flats come furnished and equipped.
Supported Lodgings in which young people are placed with local people who have a spare room and the desire to help. Each young person on the Supported Lodgings scheme will receive support from a Support Worker as well as the Householder.
Emergency overnight accommodation, the facility at Castle House is a large House that offers emergency accommodation for local young people between 16 years and 21 years old with those who are 16 or 17 having priority. There are eight places available each night with each person having their own room. Access is arranged by the homeless service at Children’s Services.
Project Front Door, is a 24 hour 365 days per year supported housing scheme for 10 young people, the project is constantly staffed to offer intensive support to those young people who need help to manage their ‘own front door.’ The policy is to enable the youngsters to learn positive routines and the skills needed to live independently.
Plus, a Drop In facility, is available on Wednesdays between 4pm and 7:30 pm. at the premises in Breightmet Street where young people can gather in safety, interact socially and have contact with the Centre staff.
Make sure you come along to the Big Bolton Expo which is taking place on 6th October from 4pm-8:30pm at The Bride Conference Centre in Bradford Street and say hello to BYPHS on stand 9!