Help Young People to live independently  with CCP (Ref: 1570)
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Would you like to support young people (usually 16-17 years old) who are under local authority care to live independently? This is what the Independent Living Service for Young Homeless People is all about.

You'll be working with individuals either in a CCP accommodation unit, in their family setting or out in the community. Activities will include developing independent living skills, sports and social activities. Volunteers may also attend appointments and meetings with residents and/or provide advice and guidance necessary to increase independence.
What are they looking for?

You need to have creativity, be friendly, approachable and able use your own initiative.

Also desirable is experience of working with young people, knowledge of the local area, support agencies and youth development.


Accredited Core training including Safeguarding is provided, with additional training by agreement
Expenses paid. Comprehensive induction.

Full Health & Safety measures in place - all initial assessment visits are carried out by pairs of workers to minimise risk.

When: Variable times
Age requirements: Over 18


About CCP
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CCP exists to transform lives. Their priority is to people who have serious and immediate need, equipping them to meet the demands of an ever-evolving society. They will support and promote:

* Health and well being
* A safe and stable home life
* Learning and achievement
* Mutual respect and positive social behaviour
* Personal resilience and economic stability
* Both crisis and early help provision
* The power of volunteering to add value to their vision

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