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Our homes

Your Chapter has over 20 specialist, high-quality residential children’s homes across England and Wales that support young people with a range of complex and high acuity needs. 

Our specialist therapeutic care homes offer children a multi-disciplinary team support programme to enable them to succeed and achieve. We offer a wraparound service with clinical, educational and therapeutic care practitioners all working together to meet the holistic needs of individual children.

Everything we do has young people at the core

Our community-based residential care homes provide person-centred care for children that focus on maximising independence, building everyday living skills and empowering young people to live as fulfilled lives as possible. 

Intensive and flexible placement planning 

Explore our homes

We have over 20 homes across the North West, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Shropshire and Wales that provide a welcoming and supportive environment where young people can feel at home and continue to do the things that they enjoy. 

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Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) Homes

Our HSB homes include a separate on-site DfE registered school and clinical suites that provide a multi-disciplinary team approach to meeting the holistic needs of up to 5 young people. The primary focus of the service is to provide an immediate physical place of safety with high levels of supervision and risk management, to enable children to start on the journey of working through their three-phase recovery programme. 

We offer a full range of psychological assessments along with an AIM2 assessment. An initial report will be made available to the Local Authority after three months and after the first Phase of the clinical programme. A further AIM2 assessment report will also be completed after the first three months. Updated Care Outcomes Reports are shared at regular intervals, in line with statutory reviews, detailing progress in the placement and evidencing outcomes for the child. The AIM2 intervention also covers a variety of modules from Phase 2 and 3 of our ‘Well Being for Life’ programme. 

Jefferson House

  • HSB Home

  • Male
  • 6 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Located in Cheshire, Jefferson House is a large, well-appointed home set out over three floors, offering ample space to be able to provide care for up to six young men aged 11 to 18 years. All bedrooms are en-suite with large and comfortable living spaces and can be personalised by residents. Jefferson House also has a separate on-site DfE registered school, offering bespoke education packages for the young men resident in the home. There is also a designated clinical room, supporting the delivery of our ‘Well Being for Life’ recovery model. Jefferson House has ample grounds surrounding the house, and the young men are encouraged to take an active role in gardening, including growing vegetables for the home.

Lincoln House

  • HSB Home

  • Male
  • 6 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Lincoln House provides a specialist therapeutic programme for upto six young men aged 11 to 18 years who have been victim status of sexual harm/abuse, but have often also been victims of trauma and abuse themselves. Lincoln House is a spacious site in Lancashire offering specialist therapeutic care and education for up to five young men at any one time. The home has plenty of space, with a large living room, games room, kitchen/dining area and five en-suite young person bedrooms, which can be personalised by residents in terms of decor and furnishings. Lincoln House has a large, seperate DfE registered school, which offers education for residents of the home. The school has five large classroom areas which are subject specific, and also has a library area and kitchen facilities. The home and school share extended garden space, offering the residents room for play as well as teaching spaces for horticultural activities.

Springfield House

  • HSB Home

  • Male
  • 8 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Following a multi-million pound investment, our new Springfield House site is a sector leading service provision that provides an emotionally secure therapeutic community – a safe and engaging environment for young people recovering from trauma. Springfield House is our flagship site with eight en-suite bedrooms for young people to reside in. It offers a relationally secure environment that supports young people to recognise and effectively reduce the risks and threats that they face.

Gang and Radicalisation Intervention Program (GRIP) Homes

Our GRIP services provide placements for young people who have been criminally exploited to operate in gangs and also young people at risk of being radicalised. These young people are often labelled as offenders and we are committed to protecting communities whilst being ambitious for the young people to help them overcome their difficulties.

We focus on the child first and contextualise any offences they may have committed. Our GRIP services provide an integrated co-located model where care, clinical and education are all based on-site. Our homes are Ofsted registered and the on-site schools are registered as independent schools with the DfE. We offer small group sizes and high staff to student ratios. The homes also provide a clinical suite generally attached to the on-site school. This is a separate area which enables the young people to discuss their trauma in confidence.

Austen House

  • GRIP Home

  • Male
  • 4 Placements
  • On-site Education and Therapy

Austen House is a former farmhouse set in rolling countryside in Haslingden, Lancashire. Accessed via a country lane and bordered by farmland and stables, the home provides specialist therapeutic care and education for up to four young men (aged 11 to 18 years) at any one time. The home has a cinema/games room, young person’s study and each young person has a large bedroom which can be personalised to their taste. Austen House also has an on-site, DfE registered school for residents of the home, which is located in a converted barn building which also includes a clinical suite.

Hope House

  • GRIP Home

  • Male
  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Hope House is located near Preston and forms part of our GRIP service, delivering a specialist defined therapeutic intervention programme that includes delivery of bespoke education and mentoring from ex-gang members. The home can offer services for up to four young men (aged 11 to 18 years) and has an on-site DfE registered school, as well as designated clinical suite for delivery of the therapeutic intervention programme. Hope House has sizeable gardens, allowing the young men to take part in gardening activities, as well as a purpose built football pitch and basketball court for exercise and to provide young people space to play.

Lawrence House

  • GRIP Home

  • Male
  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Lawrence House is located in Lancashire and is an integral part of our GRIP service. Lawrence House provides a specialist defined therapeutic intervention programme that includes delivery of bespoke education and mentoring from ex-gang members. The home can offer services for up to four young men (aged 11 to 18 years) and has an on-site DfE registered school, as well as designated clinical suite for delivery of the therapeutic intervention programme. 

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Homes

Our CSE homes are generally based in semi-rural or rural locations. All of our CSE homes provide a separate on-site DfE/Estyn registered school and dedicated clinical suites ensuring that a multi-disciplinary team approach is at the centre of our practice to enable the young people to succeed and achieve. 

Our CSE homes offer planned placements for one year. Our focus is to support young people through their three phase recovery programme in order for them to transition to longer term sustainable placements. 

Carla House

  • CSE Home

  • Female

  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

With on-site education offered as a wrap-around service, Carla House offers specialist therapeutic care and education for up to four young women (aged 11 to 18 years) who have been victims of child sexual exploitation. Our on-site DfE registered school provides bespoke, specialist education, and a clinical suite provide a safe space for the delivery of therapeutic input.

Grace House

  • CSE Home

  • Female

  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Grace House offers specialist therapeutic care and education for up to four young women (aged 11 to 18 years) who have been victims of child sexual exploitation. Our on-site DfE registered school provides bespoke, specialist education for residents of the home, and clinical suite provide a safe space for the delivery of therapeutic input. The home is a spacious and warm environment and provides a games room, living areas with each child having a large, individualised bedroom.

Nightingale House

  • CSE Home

  • Female

  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Nightingale House offers specialist therapeutic care and education for up to four young women (aged 11 to 18 years) who have been victims of child sexual exploitation. Our on-site DfE registered school provides bespoke, specialist education for residents of the home, and clinical suite provide a safe space for the delivery of therapeutic input. The home is spacious and provides a games room, living areas and each child has a large, individualised bedroom. The home is based in a secluded rural location near Hebden Bridge, benefitting from farmland all around the site.

Rosa House

  • CSE Home

  • Female

  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Rosa House is a former farmhouse set in a rural location in Lancashire. The home has ample grounds providing opportunities for gardening and keeping small animals for the residents. Rosa House offers specialist therapeutic care and education for up to four young women, and specialises in supporting victims of child sexual exploitation. The home has a separate DfE registered school on-site, which is located in a converted barn, as well as a designated clinical suite. Each child can personalise their bedroom, and all rooms are sizeable, with views across the countryside. The home has two living rooms, and a young person’s study area.

The Retreat

  • CSE Home

  • Female

  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

The Retreat is located in a rural location in Telford, Shropshire. The property was fully extended and refurbished by Your Chapter when it was acquired in 2017. The home has a separate DfE registered school building for residents, together with clinical suite. The home offers a relaxed and friendly environment and provides specialist therapeutic care for up to four young women (aged 11 to 18) who have been victims of sexual exploitation.

Teresa House

  • CSE Home

  • Female

  • 4 Placements

  • On-site Education and Therapy

Teresa House has a stunning beachfront location in North Wales, in a secluded, tranquil position with views across the sea. With substantial grounds, the home has its own gardens and keeps chickens and sheep. The home provides specialist therapeutic care and education for up to four young women (aged up to 18) who have experienced sexual exploitation and abuse. There is an on-site school, registered with Estyn, which provides bespoke education for the young people resident in the home, as well as a clinical suite.

Complex Needs Homes

Our complex needs homes provide placements for young people who have suffered trauma and abuse which has led to them becoming involved in the criminal justice system. They are likely to have experienced a series of placement breakdowns and have a variety of complex needs. Our complex needs homes offer children an alternative solution to custody providing a wrap-around service which consists of clinical, educational and care practitioners all working together to focus on the needs of the child. 

All our placements offer high levels of supervision with intensive and flexible placement planning along with continuously reviewed risk assessments which are shared with all the appropriate stakeholders including the young person. We offer one, two and three bed homes that are geared to look after high acuity complex young people with a variety of needs. We offer short, medium and long-term placements with a goal of transitioning the young person into a step-down provision. 

Derwent Lodge

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 3 Placements

  • On-site Education and Application

Located in Chorley, Lancashire, Derwent Lodge offers therapeutic care and education for up to three young people. The home is in an urban location, but benefits from large gardens and ample inside space to offer living and gaming areas, as well as three double bedrooms for the young people. 

Endeavour House

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 4 Placements
  • On-site Education and Application

Endeavour House is located in a Grade II listed former manor house in Halifax, West Yorkshire. The site offers specialist therapeutic care and education for up to four males who have experienced severe trauma and abuse. The service offered at Columbus House incorporates clinical input, therapeutic care and specialised bespoke education programmes to support abused and traumatised young children towards recovery. Our aim at Columbus House is to be able to transition all young people into a family based placement by the end of the therapeutic programme – this can be 12 months – 2 years. Columbus House has a seperate DfE registered school, providing education for the residents of the home. The home can provide nurturing specialist therapeutic care with ample living and games spaces, as well as a large garden.

Ivy House

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 3 Placements

  • On-site Education and Application

Ivy House is located in Lancashire and offers therapeutic care and education for up to three young males. The home is in a semi-rural location and offers spacious accommodation, with all young persons bedrooms being double rooms, and also having a games room as well as well proportioned living and dining areas. 

Meadowbank House

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 3 Placements

  • On-site Education and Application

Meadowbank House is located in Rossendale and offers therapeutic care and education for up to three young people. The home is in a semi-rural location and offers spacious accommodation, with all young persons bedrooms being double rooms, and also having a games room as well as living and dining areas. 

Mill Lodge

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 2 Placements

  • On-site Education and Application

Mill Lodge is located in Poulton-Le-Fylde and offers therapeutic care and education for up to two young males aged 11-18 years.

Mooretree Lodge

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 2 Placements

  • On-site Education and Application

Mooretree Lodge is located in Blackpool and offers high quality therapeutic care for up to two young males aged 11-18 years.

Ribbleton House

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 3 Placements

  • On-site Education and Application

Ribbleton House is located in Preston and offers therapeutic care and education for up to three young people. The home is in an urban location, but benefits from large rear gardens and ample inside space to offer living and gaming areas, as well as three large double bedrooms for the young people. 

Stalmine Lodge

  • Complex Needs Home

  • Male

  • 2 Placements

  • On-site Education and Application

Stalmine Lodge is located in Poulton-Le-Fylde and offers high quality therapeutic care for up to two young people.