Resident led volunteer befriending service working with landlords, health agencies, community groups and police to identify and engage with socially isolated residents on the Thornton estate and provide befriending support
Winner offers holistic support to women and children in Hull to enable them to have the best possible quality of life and life chances available to them. We offer safe, accessible services and activities that meet immediate practical needs, emotional health needs and empowerment to make informed choices allowing them to reach their full potential.
Typically, women access the centre at a point of crisis in their lives often whilst suffering from domestic violence and abuse.
• Specialist Domestic Violence and Abuse support
• Specialist Nursery childcare provision
• Young Women’s support project
• Safe dispersed accommodation
• Affordable Justice (Family law firm offering affordable legal services)
• Comprehensive Volunteering programme
• Accredited training opportunities
• Community shop
• User-led groups, e.g our Art Therapy group
Individuals are matched with a Volunteer Mentor, to support and enable individuals to independently engage with and work towards goals to gain independence in their community. The support offered is extra support on top of the services working in Hull to combat existing homelessness. Goal setting, confidence building, assisting with tasks such as housing applications, attending appointments and battling isolation are a few of the tasks our Volunteer Mentors take on to support Mentees.
Safe accommodation, advice and support for women and children fleeing domestic abuse
Rehabilitation, mentoring, befriending, advice, and supported housing for vulnerable people
Provides generalist (access to asylum support, welfare benefits, accommodation, education) and specialist immigration advice to emerging communities.
Support for learning disabled
We provide information, advice, guidance and advocacy services to people from minority ethnic communities
We provide environments and deliver activities which enable children and young people to identify and realise both their aspirations and their potential
Cloverleaf Advocacy provides independent advocacy services primarily for statutory requirements under the Mental Health Act (IMHA), Mental Capacity Act (IMCA) including the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, the Care Act and also NHS complaints. Referrals are normally made by the local authority or NHS and are free to the client.
To enhance and improve the quality of the day to day lives of Gulf war veterans and their families. To educate and inform the public and heath care professionals to inprove the support and health care they need
Providing social housing and related support
Supporting women with complex needs
Support aged, disabled, vulnerable people to stay in their own homes