Adventure Trip

Staffing ratio:

Location:

Rural

Profile:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Alternative to secure
  • Victims of CSE
  • Drug use / gang culture

Solo Home

Staffing ratio:

Location:

Rural, Semi-rural or Urban

Profile:

  • Challenging behaviour
  • Lack of boundaries
  • Support to access education
  • Preparing for semi-independence

Dual Home

Staffing ratio:

Location:

Rural, semi-rural or Urban

Profile:

  • Transition from Solo
  • Victims of CSE
  • Substance or alcohol abuse
  • Regular missing from care

Complex Needs Home

Staffing ratio:

Location:

Rural or Semi-rural

Profile:

  • Alternative to secure / mental health facility
  • Stabilisation period
  • Victims of CSE
  • Self-harm, suicidal ideation

Group Home

Staffing ratio:

Location:

Rural, Semi-rural or Urban

Profile:

  • Challenging behaviour
  • Substance and alcohol abuse
  • Lack of boundaries
  • Absconding / missing from care

Our Services

We are behaviour management specialists who aim to deliver a bespoke, individualised package of care to young people through our ‘Road to Resilience‘. By providing stability, developing resilience and facilitating transition when the time is right, we strive to achieve outstanding outcomes for children who are looked after.

At Esland, we recognise that the way young people deal with difficult situations is often underpinned by their life experiences, which ultimately affects their level of resilience. We believe that by providing an unconditional care package that promises to ‘never give up’ on a young person, that individual will learn to trust in their primary carers, in the wider organisation and society as a whole.

The Road to Resilience is categorised by 5 different services; differentiated by staffing levels, appropriate matching and the profile of a young person. We offer a residential ‘step-up’ or ‘step-down’ option in either a Solo (one young person), Dual (two young people), Complex Needs (three young people) or Group living home (three or more young people). We also provide Adventure trips for up to 28 days; offering a crisis intervention for young people who require assessment or a transition period.”