New Support For Young People In Bournemouth
Alabaré are delighted to have opened two new homes in Bournemouth to support vulnerable young people. The homes will provide accommodation for up to nine young people aged 16-25 who have either left the care system or find themselves in a position of homelessness.
Located close to the town centre, the two properties will provide a safe and supportive environment for residents to access the support they need in order to once again be able to live independently. Residents are each provided with a key worker to assist them with a tailored support plan which will help them gain the necessary skills to move on their own accommodation.
Vanessa Bedford, Alabaré’s Operations Manager for Young People’s services said;
“At Alabaré we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care and support to disadvantaged and vulnerable people. We are looking forward to expanding our services to Bournemouth where we will be in a position to support even more Young People in need of housing.”
Alabaré provide support and accommodation to homeless and vulnerable people across the South-West of England and Wales. They operate similar services for those aged 16-25 in both Hampshire and Wiltshire and supported a total of 797 young people through their accommodation and drop-in services last year