Ashmount Court is a development of 16 high quality, self-contained flats in Doncaster that provides accommodation and 24-hour support for people with complex mental health needs. Person-centred recovery support is provided by our core team on-site team of Recovery Support Workers, with additional support from our Quality and Practice Team.
This project gives young individuals the opportunity to discuss housing needs, gain support and access to other services, receive assistance and information relating to benefits and enjoy a free meal and drink with other young people in similar situations.
for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness or inadquately housed) Floating Support (maintain a tenacy with advice covering life skills, living independently, budgeting, welfare benefits and referal to other agencies.
Our employment skills project supports young people aged 16-25 who need support finding employment, apprenticeships, training programmes or volunteer opportunities.
We can assist with writing CVs, completing applications and preparing for interviews, all of which help young people to gain workplace skills and develop their confidence.
DHYP provides free housing related support to young people in the lead up to, and during, a tenancy. Individuals having difficulties with their tennancies can also seek advice. Support can include: life skills, budgeting, form filling, advocacy and referrals.
We run wellbeing activities and discussion groups each week based on the priorities identified by clients themselves.
We are able to provide support for a range of issues and offer one-to-one counselling with an experienced Counsellor, group wellbeing sessions and informal sessions with our Wellbeing Coaches.
We run a weekly Wellbeing Hub on a Thursday afternoon from our office on Chequer Road.
We provide a safe space to meet with and chat to other young people and to participate in different activities each week such as quizzes and arts and crafts.
DHYP puts the voice of young people at the heart of our organisation.
Our Young Persons’ Forum (YPF) provides the opportunity for young people to have their sayon the services DHYP provides and also on the wider issues affecting young people in Doncaster. The YPF is chaired by a client of the organisation and is open to all clients and non-clients aged 16-25.