Residents are given opportunities to learn basic work ethics in the various practical areas such as kitchens and domestics and to have access to a variety of agricultural work experience – such as animal husbandry and general farm work including milking, gardening and maintenance.
Learning these skills can help to equip individuals for future independence and career development.
Residents are encouraged to stay for a minimum of 12 months.
Accommodation costs are covered by Housing Benefit and support and needs costs can be covered by individual benefits.
Gilead’s fundraising team will work with individuals to help achieve the costs for the support and training.