News from December 2020

Mental Health Boxes

18th December 2020

At Warwickshire House Project we have been lucky enough to work with Tina Costello CEO at Heart of England Community Foundation and Coop Helping Hands, to provide 22 Young Care Leavers with At Home Self Therapy Mental Health Boxes.

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Trees for Teens

16th December 2020

To support care leavers this Christmas, Warwickshire County Council's House Project launched a campaign asking the community to donate Christmas trees and decorations so that young people could decorate their homes and enjoy the festivities as much possible this year!

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CYPNow Feature Article - Making a house into a home

2nd December 2020

The National House Project works with councils to support young people in care to move into their own homes. Jo Stephenson spoke to staff and participants to find out how it works and the difference i...

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Exciting new enterprise programme with Madlug Innovation Academy
Exciting new enterprise programme with Madlug Innovation Academy

Some of our amazing young people are travelling to Northern Ireland next Monday, to learn transferable business skills.

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Midlothian House Project - an example of practical homelessness prevention in Scotland
Midlothian House Project - an example of practical homelessness prevention in Scotland

The Midlothian House Project is listed in the 'Practical Prevention Examples' as part of Crisis Scotland's '75 ways to reduce homelessness' report - a compendium of examples from services, projects and approaches in Scotland and beyond already working in the spirit and intention of new proposals to reduce homelessness.

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NHP feature in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22
NHP feature in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22

The National House Project featured in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22! Young people leaving care at 16-18 can face a number of challenges, including a lack of qualifications, access to employment, life skills and the community needed to support independent living.

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