CH Recovery Programme supports young women with serious life issues: eating disorders, self harm, drug additions. CH Safe Houses work with victims of human trafficking, providing shelter and care.
CITY HEARTS RECOVERY PROGRAMME is a safe, supportive environment designed to provide love, value and acceptance to every woman helping them to turn their life around in a positive way. The Recovery Programme is founded on Christian values and offers a holistic view of care, taking into account women's physical, emotional, relational and life skills development. The guiding principles of the Recovery Programme are:
1. To help women overcome life controlling issues.
2. To provide a place of safety and rehabilitation.
3. To restore confidence, dignity and respect to every life.
4. To provide the necessary resources for each woman to help them in their personal growth and development.
5. To assist women in taking their next step in life, helping them find stability and rehabilitation.
6. To equip women with the necessary life skills to strengthen their future.
CITY HEARTS SAFE HOUSES works with victims of human trafficking who have been rescued nationally from sexual exploitation, labour exploitation and domestic servitude. Our Safe Houses provide safety and support to some of the most vulnerable people in our nation.
City Hearts is based in Sheffield with a vision to provide residential care across the nation. All staff are either degree qualified or vocationally qualified and have experience in working with vulnerable people.
City Hearts aims to:
- 3. SOCIAL INCLUSION of individuals into the local community. To break mindsets and fear about the issues facing these young men and women and to help them successfully become part of the community.
- 2. PREVENTION of women re-offending and stop people being retrafficked. To break negative life cycles of addictions, prison, relationship breakdown and begin to fulfill their personal goals in life.
- 1. REHABILITATION of young people regardless of race, culture, religion, background. To create a place for them to deal with their life issues and move into their future with confidence and purpose.
- 4. PROMOTION of the anti-trafficking campaign. Working with organisations across the UK to create awareness of trafficking and work towards the best support & care for those rescued from trafficking.
Established: May 2006
Registered Charity Number: 1110314
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 11
Part time staff: 11
Phone number: 0114 2725077
Address: The Megacentre, Bernard Road, Sheffield S2 5BQView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
Safe Houses TransportTo finance 7 seater cars (x2) for transporting young people who are in the Safe Houses.