Kenward Trust has several houses as part of the Resettlement Project, for people who have completed a suitable recovery programme. Supported accommodation helps sustain recovery and reintegration into the community.
Move On is Kenward Trust's resettlement project, for people who have completed a suitable recovery programme.
We have five supported accommodation projects which help sustain recovery and reintegration into the community. These are located in Gravesend, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells and Uckfield.
The length of stay is generally up to two years. We offer regular support through key working and weekly house meetings with the project manager. We help with daily living skills, accessing training or volunteering opportunities and signposting to other agencies.
We address the seven pathways:
- Accommodation support
- Education, training and employment
- Health and wellbeing
- Alcohol and drugs
- Finance, benefits and debt
- Children and families
- Attitudes, thinking and behaviour
Each property has between four and five single bedrooms. Most are located within close proximity of town centres, with easy access to local services and amenities including those that are particularly relevant to our clients and their recovery, such as AA and NA meetings. As with all Kenward Trust projects, our supported housing sites are abstinence-based and this is a strict condition of tenancy.
Click here to view our Move On leaflet.
Once completed, please send your form to:
Kenward Trust, Head Office
Move On - Housing Resettlement Project | Kenward Trust
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