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Martin House - Hope Services

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Description:

Martin House consists of move-on accommodation which provides a low level of support. The clients who live there are vulnerable people, so new referral clients have to meet the Martin House Criteria

Description of service and support
Martin House is a complex of 12 single person self-contained flats, in three blocks and consists of four flats per block, two upstairs and two downstairs. The flats have a kitchen, bathroom, lounge and bedroom coming off a small hall. Access is through a communal hall way. There is a large communal garden and a parking area. Hope services furnish the flats, but tenants can furnish with their own. 

The service works in a service user led manner to identify individual needs and find the most appropriate and productive methods of meeting these needs. Once identified Hope refer, signpost and support tenants to work with other agencies and professionals to address any health, legal, financial, education and employments needs alongside Hope support.  The project teaches tenants basic life skills such as cooking, budgeting and debt management, shopping, housekeeping and personal hygiene.  The overall aim of the supported living project is to enable tenants to return to living positively within the community. Each Hodthorpe tenant is allocated a Key worker.

In terms of the moving-on process tenants are encouraged to attend Hope’s Day Service courses.  The Housing Advice service works with tenants once they are ready to obtain appropriate permanent accommodation, referring on to floating support services where required once move on has been achieved.

Capacity and facilities

No of places 12
No of baths / head  1
No of showers / head   1
No of toilets / head   1
   
Own cooking facilities  Yes
Meals provided  No
   
24 hour staff cover  No
Computer / internet access  No
TV (communal)  No
TV (own room)  No
   
Own room furnished  Yes
Laundry on site  No
   
Communal area  No
Garden  Yes


House rules

Can you smoke in own room?  Yes
What are the restrictions on guests visiting during the day?  None
What are the restrictions on overnight guests?  None
What support must clients engage with?  Key Worker
Please detail any other significant house rules:  No use of illegal substances
 No subletting
 Respect for other tenants
 Respect for property


Tenure and costs

What is the minimum stay?  
What is the maximum stay?  
What are the tenure options?  Six months
What is the cost per week to the client?  £120.90p


Restrictions

Minimum age accommodated?

 18
Maximum age accommodated?

 
Genders accommodated?

 Male
Relationship status accommodated?

 Single, no dependents
Are there any access restrictions and if so what?  None



Address: Hope Services
17 Queen Street
Worksop
Post code: S80 2AN
Telephone: 01909 531294
Client group: Single people 18+ on higher rate benefits.
Referral: Professional/agency referrals and referral’s from HOPE’s emergency accommodation and Housing Advice service.
Public transport: Bus route to village heads to Worksop, Chesterfield areas