Making homes to nurture children and young people’s potential.
Carolina House Trust works to the highest standards with children and young people
to create homely nurturing environments where they are helped to grow, develop
and achieve their individual potential. This can be in a family setting, in a group
living situation or in their own tenancies.
Our vision is that all children and young people irrespective of their background can grow up to be the best they can be.
We do this by;
– Believing that where children and young people who can’t live at home have
as good an alternative as we can provide.
– Giving children and young people a voice and hearing it.
– Promoting individual potential where education is a keystone.
– Recruiting the most family orientated and loving foster carers and supported
carers who can offer a secure base to children.
– Offering group care that is as homely as possible.
– Creating and sustaining services to young people where they can learn to live
– Offering services to young parents that promote family unity.
– Remembering that fun is our favourite “F” word.
Values and Principles (What we believe)
an inclusive community involving everyone associated with
Carolina House Trust from the Board to the children and young people all
having a voice and encouraging participation.
mutual respect is the basis to all interaction within the CHT
the principles of leadership practised and encouraged at all
levels within the CHT community.
each individual is responsible for their role within the team
conceived as a whole organisation approach to develop efficient systems, be
flexible and committed in their role.
learning from experience both good and not so good, with the aim
to continuously evaluate to improve and be adaptable, enterprising and
we will work with other agencies in providing
interventions and innovative approaches to service provision.
Recognising and Promoting Equality and Diversity:
in the circumstances of children and young people, offer support based on
individual need, reflecting on the individual young person’s wellbeing by
consultation and participation.
build on individual Board member, carer, staff and young
person’s skills and create new skills and opportunities to share learning.
use research and statistical data to develop as an organisation
pushing the boundaries of what is possible in line with the prevailing local and
build on existing community based assets aiding and
enhancing social capitol to increase productive potential.