M3 Project – Recruiting Supported Lodging Homes to support homeless young people

October 4, 2019 12:12 pm, written by .

M3 Project are a Not for Profit charity based in East Lancashire. They are looking to find safe homes as Supported Lodgings providers to care for, and help vulnerable young people who have become homeless. Can you help?

Can you be the one to make a difference?

M3 Project is recruiting people who can share their life skills, whether gained in caring for their families and children or professional skills they may have acquired throughout their careers in working with young people.

Young people are vulnerable for many reasons. They may have left the care system or have experienced family breakdowns.

Young people may have faced the trauma of bereavement and are in need of emotional support. They may be at risk of harm, they are vulnerable and need protecting. Subsequently, they will need strong practical and emotional support to help them to move forward. M3 Project needs Supported Lodgings providers to help with practical and everyday life skills.

M3 project workers will connect with young people in your care, working together with them to access education and the essential support services they need.

What do you need to become a Supported Lodgings home?

You will need to be over 21 years of age and with a spare furnished bedroom. You will need to be a kind and compassionate person and have an understanding of young people.

Full training is provided to you by M3 Projects as part of your assessment process. You will have ongoing support, with a support network for young people when it’s needed most.

M3 Project is dedicated to helping vulnerable and homeless young people, when it’s needed most, with compassion and integrity. The needs of the vulnerable young people, always, foremost in their mind.

Whatever your marital status, ethnicity, religion or gender, it’s all good. Our aim is to find carers as diverse as the vulnerable young people who need our support.

Together we can make a difference!