Rose Quartz House provides residential care to vulnerable children and young people with Social, emotional, behavioural, and mental health difficulties, often related to complex trauma and attachment difficulties. The home can accommodate a maximum of four children and young people at a time and is open to children and young people aged from 5 up to the age of 14 years, both male and female.
Young people can remain beyond the age of 14 years, but not beyond their 15th birthday. The adult to child ratio at Rose Quartz house is 1:1 this ensures that each child/young person receives a high level of adult supervision and support to meet their individual need.
At Rose Quartz House the adult team will support children and young people to learn to understand and manage the impact of any experience of trauma and abuse. They will support children and young people to build resilience and skills to prepare then to either return to their families care or move to another foster home or residential once the objectives of the agreed care plan have been met.