Mary Seacole Housing Association
Education & Research Department

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Since 1986, MSHA has provided a blend of education, training and supported hostel accommodation for young, single, homeless people. Training is offered in Social & Living Skills, Numeracy, Literacy, ICT and other areas in preparation for re-engaging in society and the world of work. MSHA serves young people with severe vulnerabilities, returning them to mainstream after training and forward planning. This work bridges the gaps between Education, Employment and Accommodation for young people who habitually “fall through the net" - in an integrated setting rarely seen in Europe.




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