Mother and Baby Housing Support (Southend-on-Sea)

Who to contact

Address
Southend Borough Council
Civic Centre
Victoria Avenue
Southend-on-Sea
Essex
SS2 6EN
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Telephone
E-mail
caroldenham@southend.gov.uk
Website
www.southend.gov.uk

If you are expecting a baby or have a young baby and need help with housing then please contact Southend Borough Council regarding availability at our two Mother and Baby Units, located close to the town centre.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Please call during office hours.

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Costs

Details

Please call for details.

Inclusion Information

Special Needs

Details
Please call to discuss individual requirements.

Childcare Information

Age Range

16 years to 25 years

Reviews

Rated 2.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)

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Staff are horrible! (July 2014)

The staff in these units are awful people, too busy smoking outside to notice the amount of "mothers" doing drugs in the house and causing drama. They'll use absolutely ANY excuse against you to call social services and will make it very difficult for you to move out. Overall, your better off just private renting because both units are dirty, filled with terrible staff and did I mention you aren't allowed any one to visit?

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Thank you for your feedback. We take all complaints very seriously. We have investigated your allegations, but we have not found any evidence of these issues at the unit. We would be happy to talk with you about your complaint. To arrange this, please email us at: supported.living@sanctuary-housing.co.uk. Our complaints policy and procedure, and complaints forms are available on the notice board at the unit for residents to complete should they wish to do so. Thank you for taking the time to let us know how you feel and we hope to have the opportunity to speak to you about your views. 

Review for Boston Avenue

I was happy to be offered accomodation at the teenage parent hostel as i was homeless.

I strted off with their floating support service, then continued with my support when i moved into the hostel.

Although my room was small it was clean and i had my own bathroom. I think it would be difficult if i had had an older baby due to the space.

The rest of the building was equipeed with what i needed for day to day life.

The support i have recieved from all staff was very good and i am now being supported to move on.

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 Last updated: 16 Jan 2020

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