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Mary Seacole Housing Association

Mary Seacole Housing Association provides supported accommodation and resettlement to homeless young people and between the ages of 16 – 35. There are 6 hostels within the Luton area one of which provides supported accommodation to male clients between the ages of 18 – 35.

The Association's aims are:

  • To provide supported accommodation to single homeless people.
  • To provide a high standard working and living environment for staff and clients respectively.
  • To create an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect for clients, volunteers and staff.
  • To provide a training and development support package that is person centred for clients, volunteers and staff.
  • To liaise with other agencies in order to provide specialist services as required by clients, volunteers and staff.
  • To provide support and advice to enable clients to progress from a state of dependence to that of independence.

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Last updated 09/02/2018