To meet the special needs of the more disadvantaged young people in our society, particularly those already involved with or at risk of committing crime, those who have been in the care system and those who have suffered through abuse. To create opportunities, for a positive change in the direction of young people’s goals and ambitions through and alongside the development of their social and personal life skills. To work alongside young people who have failed elsewhere; those with limited life chances and young people who others have been unable to help.
“As a parent of a young teenager who had lost his way in life, I cannot but praise the Snowdonia Challenge course which taught him valuable skills that are needed in order to get on in life.
This course gave him time to reflect about his life and his personal expectations along with personal challenges both now and in future. This course has made a huge impact on his life. He is much more positive now, about his future and has since successfully obtained an apprenticeship. Thank you for giving me my son back.
Thank you. His Mum!”
Eagle House began its work 16 years ago setting out to work alongside young people who had failed elsewhere, those with limited life chances and young people who others could not help, we offered coaching and support to assist them in achieving their potential.
In those 16 years we have touched the lives of many hundreds of young people from the UK, Romania and even the Middle East. Eagle House supports young people in their endeavours to find their way to manage difficult and complex lifestyles.
Our staff team hold the practical experience and relevant qualifications to be effective with the young people we work with.
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