Category: Supported Accommodation

A core part of Oasis Aquila Housing's work is our supported accommodation projects running in Gateshead and London. In addition, Karis Project and Elizabeth House are also supported accommodation projects which work with vulnerable families.

Naomi Flats

The Naomi Flats provide temporary accommodation for up to 2 years for 18-30 year old women. These provide an opportunity for semi-independent living for young women who have experienced homelessness or were at risk of homelessness. We currently have two 2-bed shared flats a short walk from Gateshead centre. These flats provide a great opportunity …

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Naomi Project

The Naomi Project is an 8-bed supported accommodation project for homeless young women aged 16-30 in Gateshead which is staffed 24 hours a day. The residents come to the project from a variety of circumstances, including those leaving care, struggling to cope with a family situation, or leaving situations of domestic abuse. Staff work with …

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Oasis Aquila No.3

Oasis Aquila No.3 is a supported accommodation project based in Peckham, South East London, for 16 young homeless women aged 16-25 with 24-hour support staff-cover. Staff at No.3 give holistic, personalised support to each resident; through one-to-one support planning and key work sessions, each resident is supported to access and sustain employment, education or training, …

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Oasis Aquila Foyer

The Oasis Aquila Foyer is an accredited Foyer based in Croydon, South London, which provides accommodation and training for young people aged 16-25 who have become homeless. The Foyer houses 47 young people in a combination of an 18 bed staffed accommodation, with a further 29 young people supported in dispersed properties in the local …

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