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Abingdon Foyer, Oxfordshire

The foyer is located approximately eight miles from the City of Oxford in the centre of Abingdon and provides supported accommodation to vulnerable young people aged 16-30 who may have a variety of issues including the risk of becoming homeless, mental health or substance misuse.

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Ashford close, Portsmouth

Ashford Close is located in Portsmouth and caters for people with mental health needs.

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24 Apr 2019

Bow Court Swindon

Bow Court is an established housing project for people with learning difficulties living independently with floating support. Set in the heart of Swindon’s Old Town it is well placed for the town centre and is close to all amenities.

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Chaldon road, Poole

Chaldon Road is located in Poole and caters for individuals with learning disabilities, the service provides 24 hour support.

Dorchester Young People’s Service, Dorset

Dorchester Young People’s Service opened its doors in August 2017. Based in Fordington, Dorchester, the service provides accommodation, personal support and access to training and employment opportunities for young people aged 16-21.

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Exeter Foyer, Exeter

Exeter Foyer is set in the heart of Exeter offering an integrated solution to housing, personal development and training needs for young people.

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24 Apr 2019

Hazelmead House, Swindon

Hazelmead House is an established housing project for people recovering from mental health issues. Set in Swindon‘s old town it's close to all amenities and the town centre

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24 Apr 2019

Jim Masters Court, Swindon

Jim Masters Court is housing for people with Mental Health needs who wish to live independently. Support is provided via staff at Hazelmead House.

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LGBTQ+ Safe Space, Swindon

Our LGBTQ+ Safe Space provides short-term accommodation and support for members of the LGBTQ+ community who have experienced domestic abuse, discrimination, hate crime or family breakdown. We accept referrals and self-referrals on a national basis for those 18 years old and over.

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Meadow View, Salisbury

Meadow View is a house for six people with learning disabilities providing 24 hour support. The service is operated by Choice Care who are registered with the Quality Care Commission. Stonewater provides housing management and full repairs services.