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17 May 2019

View this email in your browser Welcome to the Julian House Newsletter Your support is important to us so we hope our monthly newsletters will keep you updated on how your involvement is crucial to the development and smooth running of all our services. New domestic violence and abuse accommodation opens for male and LGBT clients… Read More

Nightstop Success

14 May 2019

During 2019, Nightstop Devon worked with three brothers aged between 17 and 21. They we referred to Nightstop after their family had to move from one property to another after their father lost his job, and was finally evicted from temporary accommodation. The three brothers, who were all at college, had no resources to public… Read More

Client Success

13 May 2019

‘Dan’ is a man in his 40’s, who came to Weymouth as a rough sleeper in early 2018. He has no local connection but had spent many years moving from town to town, with his only known period in accommodation a brief spell in a hostel in Bournemouth 2012. Before coming to Weymouth he had… Read More

Prison Resettlement Success

8 May 2019

The Devon and Cornwall Prison resettlement supported housing service is a partnership between Julian House and Devon and Cornwall Office of Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC). It provides supported accommodation to offenders in Devon and Cornwall who are leaving prison and locally connected or subject to an agreed management transfer arrangement. The service is for… Read More

Co-operation success

2 May 2019

Often it takes more than one agencies input to build a good support system around a client and help them on their journey to success. We are currently doing a short piece of intervention work with a client on our floating service around debt management – we have inside a week secured £500 from a… Read More

Housing success

2 May 2019

Our Criminal Justice team have been working with a client who has used class A drugs since the age of 9 until he came to us in December 2018 at the age of 57. By then he had been involved in County Lines, in & out of prison his whole adult life and his physical… Read More

Employment Support Success

30 April 2019

Reggy was referred to the Employment and Skills project by his Wellbeing and Work Coach, he had a diagnosed mental health condition and had an interest in bike maintenance. Reggy presented as an enthusiastic individual with a desire to learn new skills and, in time re enter employment. He was swiftly offered a place on… Read More

Local hairdresser offers free cuts

25 April 2019

Many of you may be aware of the Instagram savvy local hairdresser Eddie Ilic, founder of Eddie Street Cuts (ESC). His Instagram feed is full of photos of him on the streets of Bath cutting the hair of local homeless men and women. It’s a social enterprise that’s recently won him a Bath Life Award… Read More

Volunteer paints Manvers Street to raise funds

17 April 2019

Uniersity of Bath architecture student Thibault Quinn recently joined Julian House as a volunteer. During the short time he’s been here, he’s become an invaluable member of the team in our Manvers Hostel helping to prepare and cook nutritious meals for our residents. After witnessing the extent of homelessness in Bath, Thibault wanted to do… Read More