Specialist substance misuse support service for young people aged under 18 provided by Catch 22.
Our Hostel in Kings Road, Fareham, is a 9 room resettlement and substance misuse hostel. All clients are supported by a Support Worker for the duration of any stay. Our staff are dedicated to ensuring that every client has the best possible chance to succeed. However, achieving an independent lifestyle is a challenge for many, which is why we work so hard to provide ongoing support to help clients every step of the way. We deliver individual, tailored support plans to ensure we achieve the best possible long term solutions for each individual.
Our range of support, advice and help includes:
• Advice on resources to housing
• Help with filling in forms and claiming benefits
• Help and advice with managing money and paying bills
• Overcoming problems
• Access to specialist services including medical advice or addictions counselling
• Connecting with local self help groups
Our drop in service offers free advice on housing issues including homelessness prevention, resettlement and sourcing housing:
Monday 10am – 2pm: Two Saints, 51 Forton Road, Gosport, PO12 4TD
Monday 1pm – 4pm: Gosport Borough Council, Town Hall, High Street, Gosport PO12 1EB
Wednesday 10am – 1pm: Gosport Borough Council, Town Hall, High Street, Gosport PO12 1EB
Thursday 10am – 2pm: Two Saints, 51 Forton Road, Gosport PO12 4TD
Friday 10am – 2pm: Two Saints, 51 Forton Road, Gosport Po12 4TD
Saturday – Telephone support and advice – 02392 511062 / 01329 825136 (Staff will complete call back if required)
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