Rolfe House

scheme available

Description

Rolfe House Foyer is for people aged 18-64 years old in housing need who are willing to engage with employment, education and training opportunities whilst living at the scheme.

0121 558 5739

  • Property Features

    Rolfe House Foyer is a 24 bed scheme people aged 18-64 years old in housing need who are willing to engage with employment, education and training opportunities whilst living at the scheme. The accommodation comprises of 24 single en-suite bedrooms with a shared kitchen facility with 1 other resident. There is a Training Room, I.T. Suite TV Lounge and Laundry facility on site. Customers are required to complete a risk and needs assessment and affordability assessment before an offer of accommodation can be made. The maximum length of stay is 2 years. The service is staffed 24 hours per day and staff provide housing related support to enable customers to gain the skills required to move on to independent living. Our support workers can assist with a range of support services, including managing your money, budgeting skills, accessing local doctors, dentists, employment, education, training and advice on benefits, personal hygiene, cooking and other life skills.

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Rolfe House Foyer is a 24 bed scheme people aged 18-64 years old in housing need who are willing to engage with employment, education and training opportunities whilst living at the scheme. The accommodation comprises of 24 single en-suite bedrooms with a shared kitchen facility with 1 other resident. There is a Training Room, I.T. Suite TV Lounge and Laundry facility on site. Customers are required to complete a risk and needs assessment and affordability assessment before an offer of accommodation can be made. The maximum length of stay is 2 years. The service is staffed 24 hours per day and staff provide housing related support to enable customers to gain the skills required to move on to independent living. Our support workers can assist with a range of support services, including managing your money, budgeting skills, accessing local doctors, dentists, employment, education, training and advice on benefits, personal hygiene, cooking and other life skills.

Are you eligible to apply?

To apply to live here, applicants can ask the local authority to make a referral or be referred by any agency that is providing support. It is important for customers to have a local connection, usually a family member or a learning facility.