Merthyr 16 + Project (MERTHYR TYDFIL)
The project provides a range of support services for vulnerable young people leaving care or who are homeless. The aim is to enable them to live as independent members of society. This means acquiring secure and safe accomodation and learning skills to live confidently and independently. The project will appoint a personal advisor for every young person leaving local authority care; a needs assessment for 16-17 year olds who are homeless and in need and tenancy support packages for young people as they embark on living independently.
Expected Number of Individuals: 70
Expected Number of Households: 70
Trustees Meeting: June 2006
Funding Amount Approved: £22,000.00
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