We provide semi-independence accommodation-based support to young people aged between 16 – 25 years of age.
Our approach is flexible, person-focused and driven by the needs (as identified through Pathway and Placement Planning) of each individual young person in our provision. We have a generic basic package as a starting point based on a low-level support requirement for those young people who join us whilst they have a good level of skills to get by. This is then followed by those young persons who come to us completely de-skilled and would require considerable amount of resources and concentrated effort towards them in order that they get necessary skill set towards independence.
Our services specialise in supporting young people facing homelessness, including those who are:
- Care leavers or looked after children (over 16)
- Overcoming addiction
- Young parents
- Experiencing family or relationship breakdown
All support is tailored to each person’s individual needs, through a structured care and support plan. We encourage each person to take control of their lives and work towards achieving their personal goals. Support is focused on the bellow areas:
- Work and learning
- People and support
- How you feel
- Choices and behaviour
- Money and rent
- Practical life skills