Our Services

Supporting Young People

Honeycrest Care provides supported accommodation designed for vulnerable young people aged 16 to 25 who are transitioning from care or facing homelessness. These young people may have experienced trauma, abuse, neglect or other challenges that make it difficult for them to live independently. The aim of our supported accommodation is to provide a safe and supportive environment where young people can develop the skills they need to live independently and achieve their goals.


Honeycrest Care provides supported accommodation that offers a safe and secure place for young people to live.  The accommodation is fully furnished and equipped with essential items such as bedding, kitchen appliances and utensils. Our accommodation has support workers on site 24 hours a day to support each young person with their individual needs. 


Our accommodation provides support to young people in a range of areas, including education, employment, health, and personal development. This may include help with finding and applying for jobs, accessing education and training, managing their finances and budgeting, and developing life skills such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry.

Key Worker

Each young person placed in our supported accommodation is assigned a key worker who is responsible for providing individual support and guidance. The key worker will work closely with the young person to identify their needs, goals and aspirations, and develop a personalised support plan to help them achieve their goals.

24/7 On-Call Support

Honeycrest Care provides 24/7 on-call support to young people in case of emergencies or unexpected situations. The on-call support team can provide advice, guidance, and practical assistance to help young people deal with any issues they may be facing.

Life Skills Development

At Honeycrest Care, we provide young people with the opportunity to develop the life skills they need to live independently. This may include cooking, cleaning, budgeting, and managing their finances. The aim is to equip them with the skills they need to manage their own lives and make a successful transition to independent living.