Who We Help
We offer a holistic approach to the provision of support to young people aged between 16 and 25, women, families and men with a wide range of needs – including those who are homeless, have experienced physical, sexual or psychological abuse; are recovering their mental health; ex-offenders; substance abusers. We aim to ensure our service users can maintain themselves in an independent home within the community.
Our schemes vary in nature, we provide supported housing, support in your own home, refuge and a range of projects and programmes. To find out more about how we help please click here. In all cases, those we support are encouraged to help themselves and give each other mutual support. Each person receiving support is allocated a key worker who provides an individually tailored package of support to each service user. Our structured support package enables people to develop the skills and confidence needed to move on into independence. Our Moving On project also provides access to training, education and employment.
Individuals or families can normally stay with the project for up to 18 months. The level of support given to service users will normally be individually negotiated between them and their support worker, depending on their needs.