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15th August 2022
Children's Social Care Services in Rotherham have been rated Good by Ofsted, with inspectors highlighting the House Project support as 'impressive'. As part of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council offer to care leavers, Ofsted Inspectors reported...
2nd August 2022
Some of our amazing young people are travelling to Northern Ireland next Monday, to learn transferable business skills.
2nd August 2022
The Midlothian House Project is listed in the 'Practical Prevention Examples' as part of Crisis Scotland's '75 ways to reduce homelessness' report - a compendium of examples from services, projects and approaches in Scotland and beyond already working in the spirit and intention of new proposals to reduce homelessness.
We are delighted to be shortlisted for this year's UK Housing Awards - Homelessness project of the year!Read more
The City of Wolverhampton’s Council new Oasis Co-Production Hub, for children and young people who are in or leaving care, was officially opened yesterday (Wednesday 24 August, 2022). The Oasis, on Willenhall Road, is the main base for the city’s House Project, a partnership between the council, Wolverhampton Homes, the National House Project and commercial partner Reconomy which supports young care leavers make the transition to independent living.Read more
Jason Jarvis from Wolverhampton House Project has recently won an aspirational award, awarded by the National House Project. Aspirational Awards are sums of money given to young people to help them achieve their aspirations. They are to help young people do something that will have a long-term impact on their life. Jason has been able to use the money to buy a 3D Printer which will support his business venture.Read more