What is The Money House?
What are the benefits for the young person?
This is a preventative programme and would best suit a young person planning their transition to independent living, whatever their current situation. Young people who complete the programme will receive a Certificate of Participation to help them evidence they have gained the skills and knowledge to be as prepared as they can be for financial independence.
We will supply breakfast, lunch and all the snacks they can eat!
Criteria and referral process:
- Young people fitting the criteria below will be considered;
- between the ages of 17 - 24
- in supported housing,residential or foster care
- planning a move into independent living within the next 3 - 6 months
The referral form can be downloaded here and ideally should be completed in conjunction with the young person, by the Housing Officer or Support worker. The completed form should then be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Claire on 01629 592978
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