Our group homes offer up to 5 bedrooms for young people diagnosed with SEMH, who require education in a smaller and more structured environment to ensure that their needs are properly met.
Our group homes form part of pathway plans which are designed to ensure that there is smooth transition to either semi or independent settings.
We aim to stabilise the psychological effects derived from abuse, neglect, exploitation and exclusion. Our services achieve this through a therapeutic approach to care.
Each approach is handled sensitively and where young people feel they are not ready to deal with the core of the issue, the focus moves away from formal interventions to how the staff within the homes can support them until they feel ready to tackle such issues.
Below are some images of what you can expect to see at any of our group homes: