In August we confirmed that with the continued support of Woking Borough Council we are committed to finding longer term accommodation for as many of our clients as possible keeping them off the streets and away from the possibility of rough-sleeping.
Since the initial national lock-down we've supported over 90 clients and worked hard to house over 36% of them in longer-term accommodation.
As part of our efforts we recruited a 'Tenancy Sustainment Worker' who, we believe, minimises the risks of our clients failing on their own.
We're working hard to support as many clients into longer term accommodation as possible.
From supporting clients with their first months rent or deposit to finding them things they may need to make a house a home, you can help us to help them. If you would like to help visit our donation page for a list of ways that you could become a York Road Project hero.
Further statistics since the initial lock-down:
- The average age of clients supported is 25-34 years.
- The primary support need of clients supported is mental health.
- 87% of clients supported define as Male gender.
- 83% of clients supported have links to Woking.
- 13% of clients supported have links to Waverley.
- 26% of clients supported had no financial income.
**Statistics published correct at the time of the time of publishing but are subject to change week-on-week. If you have any questions or queries please contact us.