Included within the support package all buildings contain.....

Tiers of accommodation within Urgency Housing Organisation

Pathway, Greenway and Broadway, are all supported 24/7.  At each tier the young person can expect to receive the appropriate levels of support for their personal circumstances.

If the young person is seeking asylum in this country, or needs a period of adjustment following a family breakdown, Urgency Housing will be able to assess the levels of intervention required to maximise opportunity.  Staff are trained in the process of claiming asylum, and hold qualifications and extensive knowledge in behaviour modification and life skills training.

All of our buildings have the following

 

  • 24/7 Skilled and qualified staffing
  • HMO Licensing 
  • Fully furnished rooms mostly en suite
  • Welcome packs on arrival containing towels and personal grooming items
  • Provision for paying personal allowances
  • Communal areas with DVD and flat screen TV
  • Televisions in each bedroom
  • Washing facilities in most bedrooms
  • Bedding 
  • Laundry facilities
  • Fridges
  • Toasters, microwave and kettle
  • Crockery, cutlery and cookware
  • Individualised "Life skills" programme
  • Staff who are appropriately qualified and skilled for supporting "Mom and Baby"

At Urgency Housing Organisation Limited, we believe that every individual has the right to a comfortable and well equiped lifestyle.  We strive to ensure that every detail is given due thought and attention.  Bedrooms at all tiers are maintained and decorated to reflect the age group and lifestyle, and to encourage young person to value and respect their environment.

Urgency Housing also have a building for female residents only, which is sensitive to their respective needs and requirements.


     UHO Services

Emergency Referral
24/7 Staffing & Support

Named Keyworker
Life Skills Training
Access to :
     Health Care Services
     Education Services
     Vocational Services
     Resettlement Support
Sexual health
Benefit Support




NEWS ITEMS
Childrens Rights
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