Utilising our strong understanding, experience and total commitment to delivering positive outcomes, we have offered specialised provisions for high need, high level vulnerability and high-risk young people for nearly 20 years. Keeping our residents safe whilst building towards a planned move-on into independent living through engagement, participation and clear communication with key stakeholders are crucial building blocks within our approach and organisation.
We demonstrate planning of the highest calibre, emanating from the high standards employed in both the quality of our buildings and the tone and approach our residents receive. Treating individuals with dignity, respect and without pre-conceived judgements, our support teams bring clarity to facilitative support plans, promoting structure and order to often disordered lives. This allows young people to reach their full potential.
We have six housing projects in Dorset, including four in Weymouth, one in Dorchester and one in Ferndown.
Our specially trained staff carry-out an initial assessment with new residents to establish their independent living skills upon move-in. This ‘starting point’ allows us to set SMART objectives with the residents to aid their development.
We pride ourselves on supporting young people to reach new heights, unlocking their full potential and achieving their individual goals. Every young person living at Lily Housing Project is treated and respected as an individual. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach within our projects.
We support young adults aged between 16-21 years that are extremely vulnerable and often at high-risk of exploitation.
We work with children and young people who: