Moving in and getting out

Moving in and getting out

Robbie came to us from a 24 hour supported accommodation placement and prior to that was in a homeless hostel. Robbie was referred to us because he was ready to move out of a group setting but unable to manage a tenancy independently due to his mental health...
We are hiring!

We are hiring!

Do you want to help give a ‘safe home and a fresh start’ to improve the lives of vulnerable or homeless young people? If so, we would love to hear from you as we have some exciting career opportunities available. Moving On Durham is the leading independent provider of...
Planning for the future

Planning for the future

As a support worker with Moving On Durham, I manage a caseload of 25 young people with differing support needs. One of my clients, Kelly, came from Latvia with her mam when she was around 9 years old. Soon after this she became ‘looked after’ by the local authority,...
Moving On Durham Joins NRLA

Moving On Durham Joins NRLA

Moving on are delighted to not only become members of The National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA), but also proud to announce that our housing team have recently also completed their training with the NRLA.  Moving on are committed to ensuring that the...
A turning point

A turning point

‘Sarah’ came to us after spending a significant amount of time in various forms of care. She entered the care system at the age of 7, and bounced around multiple foster placements, moving on a regular basis. When Sarah turned 18, she had ‘aged out’ of the care...