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Newark Emmaus Trust – Mum and Baby

Accommodation is provided in family units for pregnant teenagers or teenage parents aged 16-25 years old. All of the properties are fully furnished and equipped for a mother and her baby and residents have access to 24 hour staff in an emergency. A holistic package of care and support is provided to ensure that each young person can learn and develop the skills that they need to look after their baby whilst preparing to live independently.


Description of service and support

Accommodation is in four, two bedroom semi detached houses and one, two bedroom self contained ground floor flat that is within a block with access to on-site 24 hour professional staff. All of the accommodation is in Newark and within walking distance to the town centre. All of the accommodation is fully furnished and equipped with washers, cookers etc. and includes soft furnishings and bedding for a mother and her baby including a cot and mattress.

Support offered includes:

Key work support via a named key worker and provided through weekly meetings;

Support to learn key living and independence skills is provided. These may include cooking and preparing healthy meals, cleaning and caring for their accommodation, budgeting and managing their money whilst working towards independent living.

Residents are encouraged to complete six workbooks based on Key Skills for Independence. These include:
1. Moving On and Managing Change;
2. Understanding your Tenancy;
3. Housing Options and Viewing a Flat;
4. Furnishing a Flat,
5. Money Management
6. Staying Safe and Healthy Living.

Access to NEET and academic education and life skills training programmes is also available in a purpose built training centre. As  part of the training courses provided residents have an opportunity to take part in trips, adventurous activities and residential visits.

Generally residents move on to Independent living within the community and to access further training and/or employment. 


Capacity and facilities

No of places
No of baths / head varies
No of showers / head  varies
No of toilets / head  varies
   
Own cooking facilities Yes 
Meals provided No 
   
24 hour staff cover Yes 
Computer / internet access No 
TV (communal) No
TV (own room) Yes 
   
Own room furnished Yes 
Laundry on site Yes 
   
Communal area No 
Garden Yes 


House rules

Can you smoke in own room? Yes 
What are the restrictions on guests visiting during the day? 2 per resident 
What are the restrictions on overnight guests? Must be pre-approved 24 hours in advance
What support must clients engage with? One to one key work support
Please detail any other significant house rules: No un-prescribed drugs or weapons including ornamental items are allowed on the premises. No pets of any kind 


Tenure and costs

What is the minimum stay? 1 Month 
What is the maximum stay? 2 Years 
What are the tenure options? Licence Agreement
What is the cost per week to the client? Varies


Restrictions

Minimum age accommodated?

16 
Maximum age accommodated?

25
Genders accommodated?

Male and female
Relationship status accommodated?

Singles, couples and dependants 
Are there any access restrictions and if so what? None 




Address:

37 Northgate
Newark
Nottinghamshire


NG24 1HD

Public Transport:
The accommodation is close to Newark Town centre within easy walking distance of public transport including buses and trains.

Contact Data:

Telephone: 01636 612892
Fax: 01636 612882
Email: enquiries@newarkemmaustrust.co.uk
Web address: http://www.newarkemmaustrust.org.uk

Pregnant teenagers or teenage parents aged 16-25 years old who are willing to access one to one support from the project staff on a weekly basis. Partners are permitted to visit and/or stay overnight, and can, with permission also live with their partners as a couple in the family unit but they must then make a joint claim for welfare benefits.
By completion of an A1 Referral and Assessment Process via a centralised waiting list under Targeted Youth Support. Young people can self refer in person or by telephone or can be referred by a support worker or another agency.
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