Swanwick Lodge provides support and care for up to sixteen young people aged between 10 and 17
We specialise in looking after young people who have complex needs and present a significant risk of harm to themselves or to others.
We provide residential care for up to 16 male and female young people aged between 10 and 17 years, within a safe and secure, therapeutic environment. We give young people access to the specialist services they need to help them recover from difficult life experiences.
We support these young people to develop positive stable relationships, and resettle in their communities where they can make a contribution and improve their life chances and outcomes.
Young people can be placed at Swanwick Lodge if:
- they have a history of absconding and are likely to abscond from any other description of accommodation; and if they abscond, he/she is likely to suffer significant harm, or
- If they live in any other description of accommodation, they are likely to injure themselves or other persons
The National Secure Welfare Commissioning Unit (NSWCU) manage referrals to Swanwick Lodge. If a young person is placed at Swanwick Lodge, a contract is agreed between Swanwick Lodge and the placing local authority.