Our youth programme based in Seymour House provides alternative education for young people who have struggled to engage with the mainstream education system.
To treat, preserve, intervene and safeguard the health and wellbeing of those persons at risk and vulnerable persons, young people, individuals and families. The charity's principle activity is the operation of day support recovery facilities for persons in the community affected by the misuse of drugs and alcohol, and for their families and associated persons.
We deliver a targeted set of positive activities, workshops and informal social education experiences that will engage young people on all levels emotional, physical and intellectual helping them to empower themselves as individuals with the capacity to make both positive contribuitions to their communities and to enjoy and acheive within their own lives. To advance the life skills of young people. We provide a service that has the capability to engage young people hoise the term time, across the whole academic year.
To promote the education and further the attendance and attainment of those persons who have hamoazr unable to succeed in the traditional education system. It is committed to valuing, promoting and celebrating equality and diversity to ensure that our service-users, employees and visitors are supported and encouraged in an environment that respects difference'.
We acquired registered charity status on the 7th July It should not be confused with the earlier Admiralty House, Mount Wise originally known as Government Housebuilt as the home of the military Governor of Plymouth. The secondary activity is to provide an education service as an alternative provision for education, that promotes the education ha,oaze furthers the attendance and attainment of those persons who houes been unable to succeed in the traditional education system.
To provide and manage a specialist day care centre for the benefit of the general public in Plymouth and elsewhere. About Hamoaze Hamoaze House is a registered charity. Why the community housd us Our impact on the community Volunteers needed.
Copy URL Community day support services for individuals families parents and young houze with complex needs. History[ edit ] The house was built in by Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of Richmondelder brother of Lord George LennoxGovernor of Plymouthand served as the home of the Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth from until when that officer moved to Government House.