Case studies

Amrita sought safety in one of our refuges for women fleeing domestic abuse

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01 Sep 2017

Our womens refuges provide safe and secure accomodation for women escaping abuse. Here's the story of one of our residents...

Kyle came to our Quay Foyer seeking independence and support

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01 Sep 2017

After his family relationship broke down and many months of sofa surfing, Kyle came to Stonewater’s Quay Foyer in 2008 seeking independence and support to develop. Although Kyle was with us for two years, he wasn’t quite ready to progress on his journey, and ultimately left on a Notice to Quit.

Retirement Living residents get involved with digital inclusion programme in Dudley

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21 Jul 2017

Residents at Chaddesley Court, Dudley are taking time out to attend digital inclusion workshops.

Fred and Lacey found a home through shared ownership

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17 Jul 2017

Fred and Lacey have finally got onto the property ladder with one of our new build homes in Nottingham.

Apprenticeship gives Kerrie a step onto housing career ladder

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18 Mar 2016

When 15-year-old Kerrie Hurse from Bristol took her GCSEs in 2003 she had no idea that her life would eventually take her into a career in housing.

Alex Stone, former Foyer resident

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24 Jul 2015

Alex was a resident at our Foyer for young people in Exeter.

Ivor Aggett, Retirement Living resident

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24 Jul 2015

Ivor is a resident at one of our Retirement Living homes in Southampton.

Amber Hucker, resident

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22 Jul 2015

Amber is a resident in one of our general needs homes situated in Western-Super-Mare.

Abingdon Foyer helped make my life better, says Natasha

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02 Feb 2015

When 19-year-old Natasha Greenway moved into Abingdon Foyer as a troubled teenager she was struggling to find a direction in life. She could not have believed that two and a half years on she would be planning to move into her own flat.

Specially adapted home is life-changing for Yeovil family

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30 Jan 2015

The Jones family thought they stood little chance of being considered for a wheelchair accessible single-storey home in Yeovil to help them care for their disabled son, Adam, who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy. But that all changed when the family of five were put forward by South Somerset District Council (SSDC) for a brand new, specially adapted Stonewater bungalow in Larkhill Road.