Campus Project is a residential project offering temporary accommodation and support for up to twenty separated children seeking asylum, aged 16–18 years. Campus provides a place of safety and responsive flexible support to people who may be separated from their country, families and homes.
In addition, Campus provides accomodation and a low level support for fourteen refugees as a stepping stone to resettlement.
Each resident will have an assigned social worker who refers them to the Project and is responsible for assisting them with legal, financial and asylum claim issues.
Each service user will:
Have just arrived in Glasgow and require assistance in orientation and developing their independent living skills.
May be ready to move from residential children’s services and are not ready to manage their own tenancies.
Be ready to move on from more intensive support/ accommodation services.
Be able to demonstrate a reasonable degree of independent living abilities.
Campus staff work with each resident on shift.
There is also a key working system where personal support plans are developed with the resident to ensure their needs are followed up.
Services offered include:
Getting to know local area and services, transport system, local shops, health services etc.
Accessing general health/well being support services.
Accessing English language, literacy classes/relevant college courses.
Accessing activities and events such as music/sport through other (voluntary) organisations.
Adjusting to communal living/developing group living skills.
Developing independent living skills—budgeting, cleaning, shopping, cooking etc.
Accessing further forms of support or counselling if appropriate.
Completing forms and paperwork.
Accompanying to appointments.
General encouragement/emotional support.
127 Auchentoshan Terrace
Tel: 0141 557 1485/ 557 1083