Helping young people to leave care

Young people leaving care face many challenges; the process of leaving care should be built upon a firm foundation of positive experiences, to enable the young person to make a gradual, seamless transition from care, or from homelessness, to independence.

We believe that preparation for leaving care is most effective when it is holistic in approach, attaching equal importance to supporting the development of practical, emotional and inter-personal skills.

We provide a range of flexible, targeted services to young people leaving care and in need, aged 16 plus.

By using a person-centered approach to Independent Living Skills Planning and assessment, we aim to ensure that outcomes are transformed – in education, training, employment, health and accommodation.

Young people benefit from the same positive experiences, opportunities and life chances as their contemporaries.


We specialise in

Our objectives


Group Living semi-independent support packages.


Intense 1:1 support packages for Young people who are victims of, or at risk of, Child Sexual or Criminal Exploitation.


Personalised, tailored support packages to meet Young Peoples individual needs.


Provide a safe and stable environment in which our Young People can develop their independent Living Skills confidently.


Support and facilitate raising aspirations, training and education for Young People.


Operate a systematic programme/approach to promote the independence of Young people that records performance in ILS.