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Beth Homes Supported Living

Beth Homes Organisation Limited is a UK company that provides a high standard of accommodation and supportive environment for Children Looked After, Care Leavers, Unaccompanied Asylum Seekers & residents aged 16 to 24 years.

We aim to ensure young people are able to develop and maintain respect, self-reliance and self-care skills and enable them to make informed, age-appropriate decisions, concerning their present and future so they can achieve a successful transition into independence and adulthood.

Our services are provided in accordance with the Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000 and the children acts 1989 and 2004 (and additionally, any relevant government and/or statutory regulations and guidance).

We help transform lives through our services which include support, residential and training, by taking a holistic approach and having a focus on the core values of being non-judgmental, providing support and empathy.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Simon Mugava
Contact Position
Managing Director
Telephone
0330 1330142
07387504356
E-mail
info@bethhomesorganisation.com
Website
Supported Living

Where to go

Name
Beth Homes Organisation Limited
Address
21 Ledbury Crescent
Birches Head
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
Postcode
ST1 6SP Get Directions (This link opens in a new tab)

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Other notes

Our purpose at Beth Homes is to provide a high standard of accommodation and supportive environment for Children Looked After, Care Leavers, Unaccompanied Asylum Seekers & residents aged 16 to 24 years to ensure young people are able to develop and maintain respect, self-reliance and self-support skills and enable them to make informed, age-appropriate decisions, concerning their present and future so they can achieve a successful transition into independence and adulthood. Services offered will be based on an assessment of the young person’s needs and be part of the pathway plan for the young person.

WHO WE PROVIDE SERVICES FOR?
The young people we accommodate, and support have varying needs which may include:


⚫ Autistic spectrum disorder
⚫ Attention deficit disorder
⚫ Mental health issues
⚫ Challenging behaviour
⚫ Moderate learning disabilities
⚫ Drug and alcohol abuse
⚫ Gang involvement
⚫ Criminal behaviour
⚫ Low level sexualised behaviour
⚫ Attachment disorders.

DBS Checks

Have staff or volunteers been DBS (CRB) checked?
Yes
Last updated: 10 Aug 2020
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