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We have been shortlisted for the UK Housing Awards 2022
We have been shortlisted for the UK Housing Awards 2022

Posted 6th September 2022

We are delighted to be shortlisted for this year's UK Housing Awards - Homelessness project of the year!

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THE HOUSE PROJECT REFERENCED IN ROTHERHAM COUNCIL OFSTED REPORT!
THE HOUSE PROJECT REFERENCED IN ROTHERHAM COUNCIL OFSTED REPORT!

Posted 15th August 2022

Children's Social Care Services in Rotherham have been rated Good by Ofsted, with inspectors highlighting the House Project support as 'impressive'. As part of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council offer to care leavers, Ofsted Inspectors...

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Exciting new enterprise programme with Madlug Innovation Academy
Exciting new enterprise programme with Madlug Innovation Academy

Posted 2nd August 2022

Some of our amazing young people are travelling to Northern Ireland next Monday, to learn transferable business skills.

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Midlothian House Project - an example of practical homelessness prevention in Scotland
Midlothian House Project - an example of practical homelessness prevention in Scotland

Posted 2nd August 2022

The Midlothian House Project is listed in the 'Practical Prevention Examples' as part of Crisis Scotland's '75 ways to reduce homelessness' report - a compendium of examples from services, projects and approaches in Scotland and beyond already...

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NHP feature in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22
NHP feature in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22

Posted 18th July 2022

The National House Project featured in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22! Young people leaving care at 16-18 can face a number of challenges, including a lack of qualifications, access to employment, life skills and the community needed to...

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We are a member of The Good Things Foundation Online Centres Network
We are a member of The Good Things Foundation Online Centres Network

Posted 15th July 2022

The Care Leavers National Movement ran a very successful campaign on Digital Poverty. We continue to support this campaign by becoming a National Centre with The Good Things Foundation Online Centres Network, enabling us to provide SIM cards loaded...

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Aspirational Awards Update - July 2022
Aspirational Awards Update - July 2022

Posted 5th July 2022

As a charity NHP are always keen to develop and improve the offer to young people. We recognise that for many young people their goals and aspirations can be limited by financial restraints and without ‘the bank of Mum and Dad’ it can be...

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A message from our CEO July 2022
A message from our CEO July 2022

Posted 1st July 2022

I have always felt humbled and privileged to be working with young people leaving care. They are hugely supportive of each other and selflessly give of themselves to make the system better for others. I was reminded of this at the recent CLNM...

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Newsletter July 2022
Newsletter July 2022

Posted 1st July 2022

Six months on from our last newsletter and half way through 2022. It's been a busy year so far, and trying to condense that into a newsletter has been a challenge! We hope you enjoy reading about what we have been up to over the past few months.

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West Sussex House Project are recruiting!
West Sussex House Project are recruiting!

Posted 27th June 2022

West Sussex House Project is recruiting for the Project Lead and Facilitator posts! These are new and exciting posts working with the National House Project in West Sussex. 

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Valpak becomes Coventry House Project partner
Valpak becomes Coventry House Project partner

Posted 15th June 2022

Valpak is supporting 16 and 17-year-old care leavers with work advice and donations to help them get started.

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NHP feature in Partner Newsletter
NHP feature in Partner Newsletter

Posted 9th June 2022

The National House Project featured in Suited & Booted June 2022 Newsletter. 'We have a very special relationship with the Care Leavers National Movement (CLNM) and recently saw a group of young clients from Warwickshire House Project'.

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THE HOUSE PROJECT REFERENCED IN CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON COUNCIL OFSTED REPORT!
THE HOUSE PROJECT REFERENCED IN CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON COUNCIL OFSTED REPORT!

Posted 19th May 2022

City of Wolverhampton Council Ofsted report published Wednesday 18th May 2022, refers to the House Project! Children's Social Care Services in Wolverhampton have again been rated Good by Ofsted, with inspectors highlighting examples of 'innovative'...

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Young care leavers from Wolverhampton celebrate graduation from House Project
Young care leavers from Wolverhampton celebrate graduation from House Project

Posted 14th April 2022

Young people in Wolverhampton have celebrated graduating from The House Project, a ground breaking scheme designed to help care leavers move into their own home and forge an independent life.

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NHP Annual Conference 2022 - Changing the Narrative
NHP Annual Conference 2022 - Changing the Narrative

Posted 18th March 2022

Our recent annual conference was a huge success and was enjoyed by presenters and audience alike. In the aftermath we reflected at some length on the theme of the day which led us to draw this blog together.

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CLNM visits the Childrens and Families Minister
CLNM visits the Childrens and Families Minister

Posted 8th March 2022

Last year young people were trained as Peer Evaluators. They completed their Evaluation and presented their findings to Conference in Manchester which they designed and delivered. This was picked up by Mark Riddell, National Implementation Adviser...

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Exciting new enterprise programme with Madlug Innovation Academy

We're excited to be partnering with Madlug & having some of our amazing young people travel to Northern Ireland next Monday, to learn transferable business skills through the setup & launch of a new social enterprise #MadlugInnovationAcademy!

Every young person moving to independence deserves to be treated with #ValueWorthDignity.

We can't wait to share more!

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