Axis Core Partners

Wyre Forest Nightstop & Mediation

We provide safe, emergency temporary accommodation for homeless young people between the ages of 16 and 25

Wyre Forest Nightstop and Mediation Scheme is a charitable organisation that provides safe, emergency temporary accommodation for homeless young people between the ages of 16 and 25 in the homes of trained volunteer hosts. We are affiliated to Depaul Nightstop UK and work to their Minimum Standards of Practice and Care. We are supported by Wyre Forest District Council and the Community Safety Partnership.

Nightstop hosts will provide a bed for the night, an evening meal, washing facilities, breakfast and most importantly, a caring environment and a listening ear.

Kidderminster & District Youth Trust

Kidderminster & District Youth Trust was founded in 1966.  They offer services to young people, partner agencies and the local community, more details of these can be found on our website. Please get in touch if you think we can help you.

North Worcestershire Basement Project

We provide a Drop-In centre and Floating Support for young people in North Worcestershire. We aim to prevent youth homelessness by providing information and support to young people (aged 16 to 25) who are homeless or at risk of being made homeless; to help improve independent living skills and improve physical and mental health to secure a positive future

The Drop-In service supports vulnerable young people at points of crisis and over the long-term through Floating Support, when workers go out and support young people in their own tenancy so they can maintain their accommodation, develop the skills needed to resettle permanently, address their complex needs and access education/employment via 1-2-1 support or through workshops.  

Our Way Self Advocacy

In 2008 we changed our name to Our Way Self Advocacy. In response to requests from self advocacy group members we obtained funding to start the Both Ways housing project which found vulnerable people accommodation through a matching process. Again in response to requests, in 2008 we secured Children in Need funding for self advocacy groups for young people with learning disabilities. We aim to enable and promote the confidence and knowledge of young people so that they can develop their own advocacy skills.

In 2009 we started our Stars in the Sky friendship and dating agency which currently has over 160 members. We also run relationships training courses and many other interesting projects.

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