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Overview

care leavers local offer home

The support and services we offer you as a young person leaving care are set out in these pages. This is called the local offer.

The local offer is for care leavers up to the age of 25, to help you to be ready to live independently in the right housing and employment so that you are well prepared for adult life.

Moving out to live on your own or with friends is a huge step. It will be exciting and challenging at the same time. The local offer will help us make sure you feel safe and supported and know where to go and who to ask for help when you need it.

Just like any good parent, we’re still here for you, to help you learn the skills, and get the support you need to be healthy, happy and achieve your goals as you become independent.

Your personal adviser can help you understand and get the most out of the local offer.

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