Service: Craven STAY

Service: Craven STAY

Phone 01756 794882 | Email (& referrals): staycraven@hortonhousing.co.uk Craven STAY (Supported Tenancies at Yorkshire) provides housing-related support for people aged 18+ in the Craven District who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Our support workers will visit you in your own home to help you to develop the skills, confidence and knowledge to maintain a tenancy and live independently. A drop-in service is available in Skipton and Settle (please see poster below for dates and times). OUT OF HOURS The 'out of hours' service/number for people who are homeless is delivered by CDC through Ryecare; 01653 699392. People can report a rough sleeper using this number, or the national Streetlink phoneline; 0300 500 0914.  There is lots of information about housing and homelessness, including this information, on the Council's…
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Service: GaTEWAY Site Management North Yorkshire

Service: GaTEWAY Site Management North Yorkshire

Phone 01757 241020 or 07525 667925 | Email (& referrals): nickie.lamb@hortonhousing.co.uk GaTEWAY Site Management North Yorkshire has four residential sites for Gypsies and Travellers, Roma and Showpeople. The residential sites provide accommodation for between 12 and 16 families. All sites have a communal garden area and a drop-in facility for small meetings or one-to-one sessions. Each pitch has its own service block (shed), which includes a kitchen area and bathroom/ utility room. Most pitches have space for two caravans and one or two vehicles. The scheme provides a repairs and maintenance service and support with housing benefit and personal charge payments. Staff are on site 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. Write to us Postal address:  GaTEWAY Site Management North Yorkshire, Room 6, First Floor, Community House, Portholme Road, Selby, Y08 4QQ…
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Client Ashley’s Art Exhibition in March ’17

Client Ashley’s Art Exhibition in March ’17

Local artist Ashley Morgan will be exhibiting his paintings at his  ‘A Splash of Colour’  art exhibition at Settle Library this March. Ashley, who has a learning disability, attends Horton Housing’s community cafes in Skipton and Settle on a regular basis. The cafes aim to improve the lives of adults who have mental health issues and who are at risk of or experiencing social isolation. Informal learning sessions and activities help clients increase their confidence, develop skills and access volunteering and employment opportunities. Ashley, who lives in Settle, has often brought in artwork to the cafes and Community Project Worker, Helen Bannister, has been supporting him to showcase his work. North Yorkshire County Council’s Library Service has kindly agreed to provide Ashley space at Settle Library for his exhibition. Catherine…
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