Great Moves Women

Location: 
Oldham
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About the service

Great Moves is the name for supported housing services run by Threshold. Great Moves Women provides specialist accommodation for women (and their children if necessary) who are seeking respite from domestic abuse, social exclusion and homelessness.

At the heart of the service is the women’s refuge at Newcombe Park, staffed 24 hours a day.

Great Moves Women is funded by Oldham Council.

 

 

Referrals

All referrals to supported housing are managed through a new Central Access Point (CAP). This is based at the One Point Housing Options Centre managed by First Choice Homes. This enables a woman's full range of housing options and support to be considered in a ‘one stop’ service. In emergencies, referrals can be made directly to the refuge through the Women Only Service Hub (details below).

The application form for supported housing should be sent to the CAP.  Contact details are on the form.

The CAP should acknowledge all referrals within one working day of receipt.  If you submit an application and it is not acknowledged within this timescale, please contact the CAP in the first instance.

If you need further help contact the Threshold service hub direct.

Women only Service Hub

Tel: 0161 628 4991

 

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