Semi-Independent Living for 16 – 17 Year Olds

Our services for a semi-independent living for teenagers help them integrate them in the community as responsible citizens.

Our dedicated services enable young individuals to learn social skills, such as seeking employment, maintaining a healthy relationship within the community whilst pursuing their education.

We provide individual care to clients to help them enhance overall growth and attain confidence for the future. We ensure young individuals feel safe and part of the local community. The 24/7 on-call support is available in case of an emergency. Regular in- house inspections are conducted to make sure that each housing facility is maintained according to the required standard.

Our services include – accommodation, guidance on education and employment skills, as well as support in health and social skills.


We provide safe and well-maintained housing facilities for young adults. 

Each housing arrangement is provided as per the convenience of client and in- line with regulations from local authorities.

We provide several different accommodations to suit the needs of young people.

  • Self-contained one-bedroom flats
  • 2/3 bedroom houses (shared accommodation)
  • HMO accommodation, where you have 24/7 in house support worker services
  • Emergency accommodation

For three months, the young individual will reside in emergency accommodation. During this time, our staff will find a suitable solution for the individual that is beneficial for them in the long-term.

Employment Skills

Attaining employment is a crucial aspect for every individual to help them become independent and confident for a bright future. 

We invest time and effort in each individual to help them gain employment skills, for example:

  • Encourage young individuals to work in a team
  • Learn how to effectively solve problems
  • Attain confidence in themselves

Our trained staff liaise with the local Council and other community organisations to arrange participation of our service users in job fairs, mock interviews and other employment-related activities, such as short-term vocational courses.


For financial and social growth, an important aspect is a basic education.

We believe in investing in people and the community, so we invest in many resources that permit our service users to gain the necessary qualifications that are required for employment, as well as participating in other vocational courses of their choice. 

Our trained staff encourage young people to develop their skills based on their interests and facilitate them on how to monetise these obtained skills in the future as a potential career. We run short-term programs to provide essential skills to develop attention span and create a learning environment.


We look after various aspects of physical and mental wellbeing. Each young individual has their individual health-related needs. We ensure that our staff are sufficiently trained to offer the right services to young adults.

There are several services available including, but not limited to:

  • Mental health support provision
  • Assistance to book GP appointments
  • Booking visitations for pregnant teenagers
  • Encouraging young adults to participate in leisure activities, for example:
    • Joining the gym
    • Participating in recreational activities, e.g., Swimming or Boxing
    • Arts and Crafts
    • Sports, e.g., Football, Basketball and Baseball
    • Social clubs, e.g., Dance teams and more…
  • Assistance in counselling in various other conditions, for example:
    • Alcoholism
    • Drug abuse

Social Skills

Young people must have adequate social skills, so we help develop these skills. Our well-trained offer the right assistance to young adults per their needs.

Examples of developing a young person’s social skills including, but not limited to:

  • An allocated mentor accompanies the young person to the local bank to open an account
  • Supporting a young individual to understand budgeting
  • Helping the young person to recognise the concept of social networking that can help them to build confidence and promote independence
  • Encouraging the young individual to attain the confidence to effectively communicate with other people
  • Ensure the young adults can cooperate efficiently