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Lindsey Court

Lindsey Court is a Supported Housing Scheme for young parents aged 16-25 (single people and couples) who either have care of a baby or are expecting a child.

The accommodation consists of 7 two-bedroom houses and 1 two-bedroom bungalow with disabled access. There are a range of communal facilities, with staff on site Monday to Friday between 9am-5pm. Staff can tailor support to meet your needs and although the scheme is staffed Monday to Friday 9-5 support can be offered in the evenings when requested.

Our service offers:

Help to identify your individual support needs, as well as education, training and employment opportunities

One-to-one Support Plans developed with you, with regular reviews

One-to-one confidential counselling if required

Individual support with life skills, such as Shopping on a Budget sessions, parenting skills, cleanliness, benefit advice

Signposting to the relevant agency for any additional support including mental health, substance misuse or relationship issues

 

You can access courses, including the Freedom Programme to help you identify the signs and effects of domestic abuse, safety planning, and to help to set goals for the future.

We’ll support your resettlement, with bespoke activities to build confidence and resilience.

Help writing your CV and job search, with a training module which includes money management, health and well-being, and support with training and education.

 

Who to contact

Name
Lesley Webb
Position
Service Manager
Telephone
01787 881904
Email
lesley.webb@riverside.org.uk
Website
https://www.riverside.org.uk/
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Where to go

Address
Lindsey Court
Sycamore Road
Great Cornard
Sudbury
Suffolk
Postcode
CO10 0JZ
Area served
Sudbury, Babergh, Suffolk

Other details

Referral required?
Yes
Referral and availability notes

Applicants are referred to Lindsey Court via Babergh District Council, having been assessed by them as being homeless and needing support.

Age Groups
Young people

Accreditation details
Community Action Suffolk

Service users involved in planning
Yes
Customers can be involved in a number of areas - Policies, Health and Safety, Resident Representative
Last Updated
02/05/2018

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