Working in collaboration with our partners we provide a range of accommodation types and service types for vulnerable young people in helping them transition to independent living in order to achieve their individual goals.
Tailored packages of support to meet the needs of the individual young person are used to deliver this service. We work with the vulnerable young person’s family where appropriate in improving relationships as well as maintaining the positive links using help via a multi agency set up of various professionals. Day to day needs of the young people are met and a continuous review of their subsequent number of visits and time are also reviewed on a case by case basis.
A team around the young person via a multi agency setup (such as drug & alcohol , mental health or social workers drug & alcohol services ) are at hand in keeping in touch and providing aftercare where applicable. How we support vulnerable young people :
- Work with the young person’s social worker to develop a workable pathway plan
- Set behavioural boundaries in order to keep young people safe
- Help them grow in confidence and trust their ability to thrive
- No overnight guests for our young people
- Return home to their families where appropriate
- Maintaining good emotional and sexual health
Develop essential skills such as budgeting, preparing healthy food in preparation for independent living