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National lockdown: Stay at home

Leaving Care

Young people leaving care and not returning to their own families are provided with support to enable them to live independently in the community. A range of supported and other accommodation is available, as well as the Staffordshire mentoring project.


 

Through care structure

The service is made up of 4 teams that provide services to people aged 13 and above who are looked after, leaving care or have left care. The service covers the following areas:
  • Newcastle and Staffordshire Moorlands, based in Newcastle
     
  • Stafford and South Staffordshire, based in Stafford
     
  • Cannock and Lichfield, based in Lichfield
     
  • Burton and Tamworth, based in Burton

 

Further information

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