Rodor Housing and Support is a progressive, dynamic, private organisation managed by an experienced and dedicated team of childcare practitioners and mentors.
We are an independent organisation with specialist knowledge and expertise in relation to working with children, young adults and care leavers and providing housing and support.
Rodor Housing and Support provides accommodation and individually tailored and young person centred supported living, semi-independent living, offending behaviour programmes for young people placed on ISS, YRO’s or Referral orders and community interventions to young people aged 16-21 years old.
At Rodor Housing and Support we have an additional focus on providing continued housing and accommodation for young people on the council housing waiting list upon turning 18 years enabling care leavers to access housing benefits subject to eligibility. Our team has experience in supporting young people from all backgrounds (White, Black, Asian, Other ethnic backgrounds and unaccompanied minors and young female offenders.
Our key workers also have experience of working as connexions personal advisors, Youth Workers in the community and as Mentors in schools and this gives them a better understanding of young people’s needs.
Aims and Objectives
- Providing Supported Living, Offending Behaviour
- Programmes and Community Interventions to young people aged 16-18 years old.
- Helping young people make the most of their potential and assisting them to be intergrated into local communities equipped for future success.
- Provide high quality housing in communities which enable young people to feel valued.
- Create a caring, supportive and progressive environment that allows the young person to develop independent skills.
- Develop service plans jointly with the young people as part of the person centred planning process.
- Support and Provide bridge accommodations (Crisis placements) for children with complex needs.
Statement of purpose
Rodor Housing and Support takes responsibility for identifying and solving the problems of those young people using its service. We are partners in everything we do and our actions make the difference everyday.
We treat each individual with respect and embrace the significant contributions that come from the diversity of service users, young people, staff, partners and stakeholders. Our success, passion and commitment requires us to provide a high standard of support, constant encouragement and individualised development of opportunities for both young people and our staff.
We are committed to all aspects of equality and diversity which is reflected in the ethos, culture and practice of service delivery and employment. Openness and trust in all relationships further builds confidence and mutual respect in all of our practices. The shared values that bind our organisation include honesty and accountability and a commitment to continuous quality improvement.