Move On - Refugee Resettlement in Bristol, Birmingham and Wolverhampton 

People who have experienced homelessness can find themselves locked into a cycle of social exclusion and deprivation because they lack both the fundamental skills necessary to live independently and the confidence to believe that they can master these skills. 
 
All of the support Ashley Community Housing provides to tenants aims to achieve one key goal: enabling them to successfully move on with their own lives, whether into employment or further education. This is where our social impact really becomes apparent as tenants and community members that Ashley Community Housing work with take on responsibility for their lives and are able to actively develop their careers and aspire to achieve greater goals. Additionally, for every person that moves on, an opportunity arises for someone else to move away from homelessness. 
Tenants go through 3 key stages associated with 3 main skill sets: 
 
Moving in (the skills necessary to run a successful home) 
 
Moving out (the fundamental skills required to live independently) 
 
Moving on (maintaining the confidence to live truly independently and leave behind a homeless life-style). 
 
When combined, these steps are sufficient to take a former homeless individual through a successful tenancy in the community and on toward a life of independent living – with little or no further contact with Ashley Community Housing. 
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