What we do
We work with people who need support to take back control of their lives and make positive choices. Designed around their own personal circumstances, we help people to rebuild their resilience, enhance their life-skills and develop their independence.
We help people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, experiencing domestic abuse, leaving care, misusing drugs or alcohol, leaving prison, suffering from poor mental wellbeing, or struggling to maintain their independence or their tenancy.
We were formed when Resettlement Project North Staffs (RPNS) merged with Potteries Young Homeless Project (PYHP).
In 2000 we acquired the Elizabeth Trust, a Newcastle-under-Lyme organisation providing accommodation and support to women and their children fleeing domestic abuse.
We have grown rapidly over the years and developed our domestic abuse services further. We now support men, women and children affected by domestic abuse and also work with perpetrators too.
In April 2012, we became a subsidiary of Staffordshire Housing Association, making us part of a strong group that does what it says it will, responds rapidly to changing needs and works with a range of partners to deliver innovative solutions for positive change.