Our Services

  • Provide high quality accommodation 

  • Tailored key worker support packages

  • 24 Hour care support to meet the young persons needs

The Safehouse BD individuals come from all backgrounds and communities, with our main goal focusing on making their stay inclusive, safe with growth to independence. 

Who can access The Safe house BD Ltd.’s Services?

Service users who access our services and support have various needs which include:

  • Male and females aged 18 to 65 years with complex needs

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder

  • Attention Deficit Disorder

  • Emotional Unstable Personality Disorder

  • Mental health issues

  • Challenging behaviours

  • Moderate learning difficulties

  • Drug and alcohol misuse

  • Supported living

  • Self-harming behaviour and psychosis

  • Gang affiliated

  • Criminal behaviour

  • Low level sexualised behaviour

  • Attachment disorders

  • Asylum seekers and displaced refugees

  • Domestic violence

We have various support packages available, which we allocate accordingly:

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Low level support

  • Registration with a GP, dentist and optician

  • Completion of health screening

  • Completion of educational assessment and link with Connexions

  • Enrolment onto ESOL course

  • Monitoring of training/college attendance

  • Completion of personal support plan

  • One to one key work sessions

  • Enrolment into education/training/employment

  • Provision of emergency phone numbers for accommodation provider

  • Accompany to home office appointments

  • Initial risk assessment within 72 hours, subsequent monthly reports

  • Subsequent reports on quarterly basis

  • Pathway plan reports

  • Exit plan

  • Evaluation

  • 1-1 nutritional support, cooking and preparing meals

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Medium level support includes low support plus the following:

  • Service user to be accompanied to medical and therapeutic appointments

  • Service user can be visited once a week

  • Service user to be seen out of hours in case of emergency in any kind of need

  • Service user to be accompanied to Home Office, solicitors and other appointments

  • Strategy meetings and safeguarding conferences to be attended

  • Dealing and support with nuisance and anti-social behaviour

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High level support includes low and medium support plus the following:

  • Client to be supported with daily tasks on a daily basis

  • Nature of the Support Packages

  • Probation appointments

  • Supporting service users in court appearances

  • 2-1 support available

  • Drug and alcohol support