All the supportive services we provide
are for young people
- Accessing and registering with health services.
- Appropriate Conduct behavior/reduction of offending behavior.
- Attending Appointments.
- Bill payments, banking, savings and money management.
- Education training or employment.
- Family Contact.
- Food and grocery shopping and budgeting.
- Food preparation and healthy eating.
- Healthy relationships.
- Hygiene routines.
- Taking care of their emotional and mental health
- Joining and attending leisure and health activities.
- Joining the housing register and support with bidding for council properties.
- Independent Skills development.
- Maintaining a clean and safe living environment.
- Managing Emergencies.
- Obtaining independent accommodation and accessing a tenancy.
- Religious and Cultural needs/preferences.
- Reducing substance and alcohol abuse.
- Safety and Self-harm reduction.
- Self–Esteem and confidence in order to reach their realized goals.
- Social and Community integration
Supporting Young People
The semi-independent house is staffed 24 hours a day to give 1-to-1 support where required to meet individual needs.
Our staff team assesses and documents every aspect of the young person’s daily living to establish their level of independence and what areas require support to develop.
Our accommodation is adapted and equipped to meet the needs of young people. Our homes are close to shops, schools, doctors and dentist practices, together with a large range of local services for young people with numerous opportunities for leisure activities. In addition, our homes are located in areas with excellent road and public transport links with main line railway stations nearby.