The objects of the Company are to promote the mental, emotional and physical development and improvement of young people leaving residential care, and other vulnerable young people including those who are excluded from their families and deemed to be in need (hereinafter called the “beneficiaries”) within Northern Ireland (hereinafter called the “area of benefit”) by providing support, mentoring, accommodation and training with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said young people and enabling them to develop their full potential and in particular:
(a) to provide a support service to young people with housing issues enabling them to establish and sustain suitable accommodation of their own and to provide supported housing to those in need of such arrangements which support their transition to their own tenancy;
(b) to provide a one to one mentoring service to young people empowering the young person to make choices and encouraging them to realise their potential;
(c) to provide interventions to enable increased safety, confidence and self esteem amongst young people, to relieve financial hardship by the provision of welfare rights, employment and money management advice and provide support to enable young people to progress into education, employment and training.
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