When you leave care we will continue to support you. The level of support we give you depends on your age, when you were in care and for how long.
See the detailed criteria below or check the Coram Voice website to see what your legal status is and what you are entitled to.
If you are aged 16 or 17 and;
You are an Eligible care leaver.
If you are 16 or 17 and;
You are a Relevant care leaver.
A Relevant care leaver can include those that have been detained through the criminal justice system or were in hospital on their 16th Birthday.
If you are:
You are a Former Relevant care leaver.
If at the age of 21 you're still being helped by Lancashire county Council with education or training then you'll remain a Former Relevant care leaver, until a maximum age of 25. What support you'll be receiving must be set out in your pathway plan.
If you are 16-21 and;
If you are a care leaver aged 21-24 you can now request support from a leaving care personal adviser up to the age of 25. If you were in care/looked after by Lancashire County Council and need support then contact customer services on 0300 123 6720.
A personal adviser will then arrange to see you to complete an assessment of what support you need, this could be from the leaving care service or you maybe signposted to other services.
Follow the links above to find out more about the support you're entitled to depending on which criteria you meet. If you are an Eligible, Relevant, or Former Relevant care leaver, explore the care leavers local offer to find more detailed information about the support available to you.
Other organisations that provide information and advice: