We work to support and empower young people to make great decisions for themselves. We are passionate about working in our communities, with people that care, and together we can offer the best support and housing for young people.
Care Quality Commission
Our Registered Care Homes, for people with enduring mental health and learning disabilities and domiciliary care in the community are regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
This means that they regularly inspect our help and support, writing a full report on the quality of each of our services. All reports can be found on our website and we have a “Good” rating across all our work.
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How does our work change lives?
- People with a learning disability live independent lives under their control.
- Women, men and children surviving domestic abuse and hidden violence take back control of their lives, which are safe and free from fear.
- Young vulnerable people develop to become independent citizens
- People with mental ill health develop new meaning and purpose in their life as they grow beyond the impact of their illness
- People live free of debt, maximising their incomes, with the certainty of a roof over their heads
- People enrich their lives and their health and well-being through new interests and connections in their communities.
- People feel good about their lives, free from stress and worry.