At Mary Seacole Housing Association we are always striving to enhance our knowledge, skills and practice in order to provide the best possible service and support to our clients. We continue to participate in specific projects and activities both at home and abroad, where we can offer our services as well as experience best practice and feed this into the service we provide.
Nationwide Community Grant
National research highlights women living on low incomes, in unstable housing or rough sleeping, those with pre-existing substance misuse problems and poor mental health and those with learning difficulties are all vulnerable to exploitation; this not only poses a risk to the women but as on the wider community as a whole. Mary Seacole Housing… Read more »Read More >
Moments in Isolation
The idea is to create a gallery to exhibit artwork created by our young residents, staff and the community. The gallery was produced to showcase and capture their moments in isolation during the Covid19 lockdown. See more link to the https://maryseacoleha.com/momentsinisolation The gallery provides the opportunity for participants to reflect positively and remember poignant moments… Read more »Read More >
Take a look at some of our projects that we have recent completed.Read More >
In the past year, MSHA has participated in a number of European projects, including: Oltre le porte: A project to give young people the opportunity to develop a new physic garden in Apulia, Italy. The garden incorporated ideas for climate change in South Italy and environmental protection. In the photograph to the left, young people… Read more »Read More >
Luton Youth Fund
The worldwide lockdown has changed the way we interact with technology, and according to the Media , this may become the ‘new norm’. So the way in which services support young people at risk must also adapt. Through the Youth Fund we will work in Partnership with the Luton Youth Offending service to create a… Read more »Read More >
What’s The Narrative?
The ‘What’s The Narrative’ project, undertaken by Mary Seacole and Jamrock Radio will support young people to get involved in their communities and democracy locally, nationally and internationally, making a difference changing societal views towards violence, including individual views and community views. At the core of the project will be the ethos of coproduction. As… Read more »Read More >
Information Against Exploitation Project (IAE)
Information Against Exploitation is a social project funded by the Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner. Many people at risk of exploitation may not know if they are being exploited. Many do not know if they are supporting or combating exploitation and are unaware of their Legal Rights. The purpose of this booklet is a learning aid to empower individuals at risk or experiencing exploitation… Read more »Read More >
Luton Homeless Partnership Ending Homelessness through coproduced solutions
We believe we can significantly improve services for people affected by homelessness in Luton, by working together in better partnerships. This will include involvement and representations from persons with lived experience of homelessness to co-design and improve service delivery outcomes for service users and stakeholders. Our current objectives are: To embed coproduction in homelessness services… Read more »Read More >