We provide supported accommodation for care leavers in South Yorkshire

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about us.

Hutton Care Partnership (HCP) provide a safe, structured and positively supported home environments for young people aged 16 plus, in which they can work through that all-important, and sometimes challenging, transition from dependent to independent living. To facilitate this, we utilise keyworkers and key working sessions, one to one and group activities, monthly reports and assessments, as well as other resources, tools and services to provide a comprehensive service as possible to our young people that we support.

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Our focus.

Safety &
Wellbeing

We offer high quality accommodation with safety and comfort at the forefront of our provision for all of our young people.

Health
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We promote a healthy lifestyle in which staying safe and well, physically and mentally, is paramount.

Support & Development

Our expert team are on hand 24/7 to actively support our young people to develop a wide range of life skills.

Independence
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Our goal is to support all of our young people to become fully independent by the age of 18.

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Our feedback.

Safety

4.5/5

Comfort

4.3/5

Happiness​

4.7/5

Staff

4.6/5
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Support for Young People.

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Health & Wellbeing

We promote a healthy lifestyle in a non-smoking, drug and alcohol free environment. Our young people can enjoy healthy meals, activities such as yoga, meditation and sports as well as free access to the gym* and therapeutic services.

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Life Skills

We work with each of our young people to build an individual life skills programme. This covers key topics ranging from sexual and mental health, through to budgeting, shopping, cooking + many more.

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Activities

We offer a minimum of two group activities per week, in addition to our young people’s individual activities. From cinema trips to football matches, we work with our young people to provide the activities they most enjoy.

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Outreach Support

Our outreach support is designed to identify learning opportunities, build work-ready skills and encourage relationships with friends and the wider community.