Progress Housing Group has had two of their contracts extended by Lancashire County Council which will help them continue to expand its supported housing scheme.
Progress Housing Group provide supported housing and support services for women and children fleeing domestic violence and young people facing homelessness, reports 24dash.
Progress Housing manage a women’s refuge accommodation, resettlement services, 24-hour helpline for victims of domestic violence and young people’s supported housing accommodation.
The new contract will see the services at Clare House, a women’s refuge which has supported over 700 women and children, extended.
Philomena Cunningham, Operations Director of Housing, Community and Support Services at Progress Housing Group, said:“We are really pleased to have been awarded both contracts to provide supported housing accommodation and services to people in Chorley and South Ribble. In winning the contracts we will be able to offer vulnerable people safe accommodation whether fleeing domestic abuse or facing homelessness as well as access to support services. We have been providing services to victims of domestic abuse and young people facing homelessness for over ten years, and have established good relationships with support providers across the region that we will be able to bring with us in this new contract. We’re now looking forward to building on the work that has already taken place in the Chorley area, and continue to provide much needed support to victims and survivors of domestic abuse and young people facing homelessness.”
Introduction The National Statement of Expectations for Supported Housing (NSE) was finally published on 20 October 2020, five years after the 2015 Comprehensive Spending Review suggested regulatory and oversight changes were needed, although in 2018 the government >>>
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