Independent Together LimitedSupported living for young adults
What support do vulnerable young adults need?
For young people aged 16–25, living independently after leaving care can seem like a giant leap forward, and they may encounter obstacles along the way.
Homelessness is widespread, and young adults can lack confidence and the necessary resources to move their lives forward.
They need the right level of support to take those first crucial steps, to build self confidence and a sense of trust in others, and to be able to demonstrate their own trustworthiness.
For local authorities and other professionals working with vulnerable young adults, the challenge is to find practical solutions to make independent living a reality for the people they are helping to support.
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Let us help you to help them. We can engage with them and support them as they take the crucial steps towards independent living.
We’ll find them suitable, affordable accommodation and provide them with guidance and assistance to help them find their feet.
Stability for Development
The accommodated leaving care service we offer is not a simple staging post, nor is it a form of rehabilitation. What it provides is a pathway for development for young adults in need of stability.
We support their ongoing development, helping them find their way in the world. Where and how they live become the cornerstones upon which they can build an independent future in society.
By combining mentoring from support staff with affordable accommodation, we aim to make vulnerable young adults feel valued, with a secure platform on which to build their lives.
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