Evidence showing that dreams can come true for young people leaving care!

“The House Project is like a safety net for care leavers... it gives you the support and the guidance to flourish… it's quite life changing... I’ve managed to build relationships with so many different people that I didn’t have before.”

The National House Project announces the publication of its evaluation report from the University of York. The report highlights the impact of the second phase of the House Project and how it has supported care leavers, across five local authorities, to become independent and live fulfilling lives.

The evaluation report details that all the aims set out in phase two of the House Project were successfully met.

The central hub was achieved in 2018 with the establishment of The National House Project  charity. All five Local Authorities and Stoke have also committed to continuing their House Projects and there was continued widespread interest with two new Local Authorities implementing the framework and a further three, which were imminent at the end of the evaluation, have since been established in Scotland.

The report also described how the young people felt listened to and valued the support networks formed with other young people and staff in their House Projects, helping to restore young people’s confidence in support services offered by Local Authorities.

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