AIMS

 

The AIMS team will support young people aged 16-21 (extendable to 24 year olds) who are with leaving care services or who have experience of the care system.

We offer ‘everything in one place’  within a friendly atmosphere that includes Daily Breakfast Club, incentives for engagement and attendance, with plenty of opportunities to develop and achieve and will include other specialist agencies.  There will be a strong focus on ‘Relationship Building’ Enrichment Activities and Life Skills which will include:

  • Mentoring: Dedicated mentors will support young people by building significant and lasting relationships to maximise opportunities to develop transferable life skills, working towards Independent Living.

  • Personal & Social Development Skills: Confidence and Self Esteem, Building Aspirations, Health & Wellbeing, Improving Social Capital, Building Resilience delivered by Mentors using our in house work book.  
  • Accommodation, Independent Living & Life Skills: Helping to Sustain Accommodation and will include the ‘Accredited Resettlement Passport’ that covers Pre and Post Tenancy. ‘Floating Support’ that includes all aspects of Tenancy Support.
  • Education/Employment & Training: Mentors will provide support in connecting a young person to all opportunities for Training/ Education and Employment using our in house work book.

 A celebration of each workbook completed will take place every quarter and will be rewarded with a further enrichment activity or high street voucher.

 

Contact

Homeground Hostel
286/316 Scotland Road
Liverpool 
L5 5AE

Tel: 0151 286 6010

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Address

Mount Vernon Green
Hall Lane
Liverpool
L7 8TF

Contact info

P: 0151 709 0990
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