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Young People Supported Living

Prosper House

Semi-independent Supported Housing For Young People

16-25, 5 beds, Male & Female, Smethwick

Prosper House is safe independent supported housing for young people 16-25  who are on the leaving care pathway, vulnerable to Children Sexual Exploitation, Repeat Offending, Self-Harm,  Emotional and Behavioural Conditions and at risk of homelessness. We support young people to overcome obstacles, maximise their potential, fulfil their purpose and have a prospering internal state. We accept nationwide applicants. We work in partnership with Local Authorities and Social Services in the UK to provide a pathway for young people who are seeking to live independently. Our aim is to help transition young people to independent living within their community.

Our homes are newly decorated, well equipped and the resources are continually reviewed and expanded to maintain a high standard. Each person’s room is thoughtfully decorated and furnished, and includes a wardrobe, chest of drawers and a bed.

There is a fully equipped kitchen; each cupboard is fitted with a lock for personal safe-keeping of goods. There is a dining table providing a comfortable environment for that important interaction around mealtimes. We have a main lounge for relaxing and watching Neflix. Prosper House offers a relaxed lifestyle, peace of mind and comfortable living. Prosper House is designed with independent living in mind, with privacy and the added advantage of specialist therapeutic services that all service users are encouraged to attend and take part in. 

Our approach is holistic, yet systematic for positive outcomes for each individual who comes to stay with us. Our staff are trained to support in ways which include addressing relational, spiritual, emotional, body image and health issues. The right environment coupled with the right support and the right stimulation can transform people’s lives, helping them to feel happier and more fulfilled.

Culturally sensitive practice settings

Reduction of isolation & seclusion

Support young people to become independent in the community

Person Centered Support Planning

Partnership Working To assist young people placed with us to reach their full potential

Our Support At Prosper House

  • Intervention support for those at risk of Sexual Exploitation/Repeat Offending/ self-harming behaviours
  • Practical implementation and nutritional support to encourage health and wellbeing
  • An allocated key worker who meets with our clients daily, during the day
  • Key work sessions / one-to-one discussion readily linked back to care planning targets and outcomes
  • Referrals and signposting to appropriate agencies
  • Access to substance misuse support groups
  • Safe long-term supported accommodation
  • Assistance in finding alternative accommodation
  • Support to integrate into their communities, including access to services within the community, drop-in services, workshops, gym, social activities and more
  • Group personal development and confidence building sessions
  • All staff are fully trained or achieving recognised national training qualifications in Health and Social Care

Our Philosophy Of Care

Prosperity Housing Group is a safe and supportive environment that brings stabilisation for those who are placed with us. Thus, allowing them to address the realities in their lives while growing to be independent, respected and positive young people.

The Prosperity Housing Group’s ‘Principles of Good Young People Care’ is based upon the key principles of privacy, dignity, self-fulfilment, independence, choice and rights. This is an integral part of our working practises.

Prosperity Housing Group takes great pride in quality and professionalism. For further details and to find out what we can do to support and help you, we are only at the other end of an email.

Referrals & Admissions

We are always happy to show people around, so come and have a look around and see what you think. There is no pressure to decide straight away, and we aim to answer as many questions as you want to ask. Please note that you may be required to join our waiting list if there are no vacancies at Prosper House.

All enquiries about the service in general can be made to our offices, where information can be sent and discussions held with the manager. We would usually like the young person to visit or be visited to begin our own assessment and to talk through with them their hopes and fears about the prospective placement. We would also hope that Social Workers visit the house and local area prior to admission.

The appropriate referral forms will be expected to accompany the service user on admission so that key information is available and appropriately recorded.


Live Life, Live Full and Prosper

We hope that the young people who live at Prosperity Housing Group share their home with each other and staff, find it a positive, safe and rewarding period in their lives.

Get in touch with us 

Speak to Petra Foster on: 07465266055

For referrals email us: admin@prosperityhousinggroup.co.uk