Specialised Programs

As well as those placements described we also provide youth programs. Referrals in this instance would be accepted following consultation on associated risks for the young person and Care First Services staff. Care First Services youth programs are delivered by the organisation's Support Workers in collaboration with specialist local services. These programs aim to support young people with complex needs such as:

  • Challenging behaviour.
  • Schedule One offenders
  • Moderate mental health issues
  • Substance abuse
  • Sexualised behaviour.
  • Teenage pregnancy

A specific support program is also available to asylum seeking children which includes representation to immigration appeals, solicitors and home office appointments. Care First Services has a team of staff experience in immigration matters .We provide tailored support for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC). This program includes being the UASC's responsible adult throughout the asylum process.

All young people have access to an emergency out of hours service that is available seven days a week.

For further information about our support services please contact us for an in-depth discussion on individual requirements.


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Testimonials

"I would like to express my appreciation for all the support and work you have offered Jennifer to date you have been very clear and consistent in your communication with this service which has enable this case to progress and be monitored effectively... i also believe the support you have offered around education has been beneficial for Jennifer..."

Social worker Birmingham
Leaving Care

"Can you please note to your immediate manager that I am very pleased with the service and professionalism to bring to your with the above young man. It is very encouraging to work with staff with your level of commitment; you understand the value of working together with other agencies for the benefit of young people"

Resettlement Worker central youth offending team Birmingham