Can you help us explore new ways to help young people at risk of homelessness in Dundee?
We are exploring the potential of a new way to provide housing for young people at risk of homelessness. The spare room scheme would match 16-25 year olds in need of accommodation with a host’s spare room, with rent paid for the room and support provided to the young person and ‘host’ during the placement.
If you would consider being involved in such a scheme, we’d like to talk to you, and others like you, about how this might work at a series of focus groups across the country. These discussions will help us understand the feasibility of this way of helping young people.
We plan to hold discussions in Dundee (time and venue to be confirmed). If you would be interested in attending a discussion in early March, please register your interest with us as soon as possible.
Anyone taking part in these discussions can opt to be kept in touch with future developments but there is absolutely no obligation to participate further.
If you are interested in being involved in the focus group, please email Janice Blenkinsopp at email@example.com stating which you are able to attend.
Janice Blenkinsopp, Research Associate
I-SPHERE, Heriot-Watt University
This project is being undertaken by Shelter Scotland and I-SPHERE, Heriot-Watt University. It is funded via the Social Innovation Fund, which seeks to encourage the development of new ideas that will address social problems in Scotland.