The Resettlement Passport was launched in 2014. It’s a tenancy skills course that helps vulnerable people to improve their skills and gives them the confidence to begin or maintain their own tenancy.
Running for over 5 years now, the course has had many great achievements.
I was recently reviewing the year for our internal reporting and realised just how much has happened this year and how many ‘firsts’ happened with the Resettlement Passport.
We’ve been thinking a lot lately about services and service delivery. Who tells organisations how to deliver services? The commissioner, funder or service specification? The organisation’s senior team or manager? The service users?
Darren Browne started working with Local Solutions a month ago and his co-worker John Dobson started just two weeks ago. They work at the recently re-launched AIMS service, in the new Young People’s hub on Scotland Road.
The AIMS service works with 16-21-year-old's who are supported by leaving care services, have experienced the care system or who are not in education, employment or training. The service supports these young people with personal and social development skills, accommodation, independent living and life skills and education, employment and training.