Commonweal Housing is a registered charity seeking to make bold experiments in housing. Using social investment from our principal benefactor and other like-minded, forward-thinking organisations, we work to develop innovative housing projects. Find out more about us.
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A Programme providing housing on the point of release for women leaving prison to reunite them swiftly with their children.
2007 - Present
We are seeking to test a model of shared housing provision where more advanced clients provide informal, positive, role model peer-support to other clients.
2013 - Present
The Chrysalis project is a partnership between Commonweal and St Mungo's providing a resettlement programme for women wanting to exit prostitution.
2009 - Present
The winners of the REDEMPTION & JUSTICE AWARDS 2013 have been announced at a ceremony in Leicester.No Offence! hosted the awards, where Re-Unite won the Partnership Award. A huge thank you to No Offence! and well done to all the partners of Re-Unite who have worked so hard.
The first of two articles is from Ashley Horsley of Commonweal Housing who is concerned about the don’t ask don’t tell approach when it comes to women’s support services and prostitution.and the other from Ashleigh Haywood of St Mungo’s about Christmas if you’re homeless and separated from your children.
We hear from our Chair, Fiona Mactaggart MP, we tell you about a few areas of interest and we hear stories from some of our service users and project partners as well as one of our trustees Steve Douglas telling us why he loves being on the Commonweal board.
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