Pathways Support Services understands that the transition from care to independent living can be extremely stressful and daunting for young people.
Our team of highly-skilled, qualified and motivated staff work with and support young people aged 16-21 who may be subject to after-care services provided by Social Services. Throughout the process, Pathways Support Services work with the young people, helping them to develop essential skills in order to independently cope with everyday issues and to become confident members of the community.
We assist young people in applying for their own private/council tenancy
Our staff support and assist young people in managing their tenancy, seeking employment and training and developing their sense of independence.
Pathways Support help the young people affliated with our services to seek out appropriate leisure and recreation activities.
If a young person is on an order to a Youth Offending Service, Probation Service or similar, we assist in ensuring that they attend and complete important appointments with the proper preparation behind them.
All services will be developed according to the specific needs of the young person and will be produced in accordance with the local authority placing them in our care.