The Quay Foyer opened in October 1999 and is based in Poole, Dorset. It provides accommodation, personal support and access to training and employment opportunities for young people aged 16-25.
Address: Quay Foyer, Hill Street, Poole, Dorset BH15 1NR
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Applications for accommodation are made via Poole Borough Council's Housing Brokerage Service who will help find the best accommodation for the clients needs and help them make an application to the Foyer if appropriate.
Get in touch with the Housing Brokerage Service by:
Writing to: Housing and Community Services, Civic Centre, Poole BH15 2RU
Calling: 01202 633933
Visiting: Poole Borough Council
Text relay: 18001 01202 633805
If you are between 16 and 25 years of age, staff at the Quay Foyer and Quay Advice Centre can assist you in making an application to the council.
Building facilities locally
We have 50 furnished bedsits for young people in need of accommodation and support to help them gain the skills they need to move on into independent living. The accommodation provided is self-contained, some with a shared kitchen and bathroom. Residents have use of a communal lounge and laundry room. There is a training room and community learning centre available to residents, other organisations and the public.
Help and support
On arrival, residents complete a personal action plan which helps them plan their future. Part of the action plan includes an agreement to meet regularly with their allocated key worker and the Community Learning Centre coordinator to monitor their progress.
Please view the Quay Foyer website for the full details of the services and facilities it provides.
The project is funded through licence fees, housing benefit, local government contracts and grants applied for directly by the Quay Foyer.
Poole Borough Council