A loyal community of caring homes.
Our network of small multi-occupancy homes and single occupancy Specialist Resource Units give us the flexibility to support vulnerable children of different backgrounds and needs.
Our people, experience and approach to care are what make us stand out from other providers.
We accept referrals from both local authorities and independent providers of care services for young people, male or female, usually aged between eight and seventeen. Typically they have a complex history and multiple needs.
“I just wanted to say thank you for everything. If someone had of told me when I first moved in that it’d be this hard to move I most likely would have laughed, but here we are eighteen months on. If it weren’t for the home and the staff team I wouldn’t have grown, so thank you for putting up with me through thick and thin. I don’t think I have ever felt so honoured to know a group of people and although I don’t say it, I really do love you guys and you’ll always have a place in my heart”.
Denby House is a registered two to two residential home which accommodates young people of both genders, with emotional and behavioural difficulties. The home is situated within easy reach of local amenities, Horbury town centre and within close proximity to the M1 motorway and Wakefield.
Dove House is a registered four-bedroom residential children’s home which can accommodate four young people of all genders with emotional and behavioural difficulties. There is also a small, separate building which can be utilised as a semi-independence training flat to raise the levels to five young people.
High View is a registered two to two residential children’s home that accommodates for young people of both genders, with emotional and/or behavioural difficulties. The home is situated within easy reach of local amenities, Barnsley town centre and within close proximity to the M1 motorway.
Ivory Villa is a registered 2-2 home which provides accommodation for 2 young people of both genders with emotional, behavioural and social difficulties. The home is located within easy reach of the local amenities within Barnsley town centre and is near to The Metrodome Sport complex and Oakwell, the home of Barnsley Football Club.
Pennine View is a registered residential home that accommodates up to four young people of both genders with emotional and/or behavioural difficulties. The home is situated in the community of Staincross, a semi-rural village positioned between the market town of Barnsley and the city of Wakefield.
To achieve the ambitions we have for our young people, we know it takes a passionate team who share our vision – to see children follow their dreams and reach their full potential. We are an IIP Gold Awarded Company and invest heavily within the continued professional development of our employees.