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Ferry Project is here to help homeless people in Fenland - not simply to provide accommodation, but to give them the skills they need to live independently.
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people in England are homeless
Rough sleeping is forecast to rise by 76% in the next decade unless the government takes action to tackle it.
- Shelter, website press release 09.12.21
accumulated nights of shelter
Since start of service 01/04/2022 to 30/03/2023, Clarkson House has had an 86.3% hostel occupancy, with an average length of stay of 27.7 weeks.
clients given shelter
Since start of service 01/04/2022 to 30/03/2023, Clarkson House has given shelter to 68 clients - of these, 57 were males and 11 were females.
Since start of service 01/04/2022 - 30/03/2023, Clarkson House has given shelter to clients from 5 different countries.
By 30/03/2023, 45 people have moved on and 36 had a positive move on. 23 people are still in Clarkson House support.
clients were aged between 26 - 45 (44.1%)
Since start of service 01/04/2022 to 30/03/2023, Clarkson House Hostel Support has had 11 people below the age of 25 (16.2%), 30 between 26 and 45 (44.1%) and 27 between 46 and 65 (39.7%)
clients said they had no religion (70.6%)
Since start of service 01/04/2022 to 30/03/2023, Clarkson House Hostel Support had 48 clients who said they did not follow a religion (70.4%), 17 clients who followed Christianity (25%) and 3 clients who would not say (4.4%)
clients have recieved support for drug abuse (57.4%)
Since start of service 01/04/2022 to 30/03/2023, Clarkson House Hostel has supported clients in a multitude of ways:
- 6 receieved counselling from Ferry Project (8,8%)
- 39 given support for drug abuse (57.4%)
- 38 given support for alcohol abuse (55.9%)
- 27 have a history of self harm (39.7%)
- 8 have a history of suffering from domestic violence (11.8%)
- 35 have a current or historic involvement with CJS (51.5%)
supported to get benefits (91.2%)
Since start of service 01/04/2022 to 30/03/2023, the clients at Clarkson House Hostel have experienced multiple positive outcomes, including:
- 62 getting support for benefits (91.2%)
- 48 are making their physical health better (70.6%)
- 19 have been supported with improved family contact (27.9%)
- 18 have reported an increase in self confidence (26.5%)
- 16 reported feeling less isolated (23.5%)
- 6 supported with debt management (8.8%)
- 13 clients engaging with basic education courses (19.1%)
- 8 clients engaging in volunteering (11.8%)
- 24 clients engaging in leisure activities (35.3%)
clients with mental health issues
Since start of service 01/04/2022 to 30/03/2023, Clarkson House Hostel has had a range of clients with different medical circumstances:
- 37 clients with a physical disability (54.4%)
- 45 clients with mental health problems (66.2%)
- 13 clients with learning difficulties (19.1%)
- 66 clients registered with a doctor (97.1%)
- 4 clients registered with a dentist (5.9%)
- 16 clients registered with an optician (23.5%)
- 33 clients registered with another medical professional (48.5%)
accumulated nights of shelter (external supported accomodation)
Between 01/04/2022 and 30/032023, Ferry Project External Supported Accomodation has had 4528 accumulated nights of shelter, with an 88.6% accomodation occupancy and an average length of stay of 36 weeks.
clients given shelter
Between 01/04/2022 and 30/03/2023, External Supported Accomodation gave shelter to 48 clients, of these, 41 were males and 7 were females.
Any donation, no matter how big or small can make a huge difference. Find out what the different amounts listed can achieve, or click the button to find out how you can donate any amount.
£20 allows us to support someone who is street homeless or in danger of becoming homeless by giving them support and advice, a shower, wash their clothes and have a meal.
£50 allows us to support someone who is street homeless by giving them a room for a night, support and advice, a shower, wash their clothes and have a meal.
£100 would help with food, toiletries and other essentials, clothing, transport for appointments such as probation meetings, hospital visits or even reconnecting with family.
At a young age, Naomi put herself into care after fighting with her family and feeling unwanted at home. With the help of the Ferry Project she is now ‘happier than ever’ and has just moved into in her dream home with her two kids.
“There was a lot going on in the family home and just life. I just didn’t really get on with my family, me and my brother argued quite a lot and mainly mam I just clashed with her quite a lot."