To achieve this, we have been delivering high quality, high-impact services for children, young people, families, schools, communities and other practitioners for over 30 years and are leading experts in our field.
Salus has worked in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University to develop a framework for evaluating services; this has been rated as outstanding by the UK’s Innovation Agency. This enables us to robustly evidence that our services make a measurable difference.
We understand children & young people are different and sometimes need some more specialist or focused support. We offer a diverse range of programmes to support their needs, either in school, at home or in the community.
We can work with and within your school to support the needs of children and young people. This can be in school, the community or at home.
Making a positive impact and long lasting benefits to the lives of children & young people, their families and communities is our drive. Our services respond to the needs around us and are developed with evidence of what works.
Our training enhances the knowledge, skills and confidence of professionals and practitioners working with children & young people. We also offer children & young people training to encourage and empower them.
“Salus has provided reassurance, support and laughter. They have built an excellent rapport with my son which enabled his wishes to be fully heard and understood. We still have a long way to go but Salus has certainly seen us through some really tough times.”
Family Support Attendance Service
“Thank you so much for helping not only T but our whole family in our time of crisis – you gave me moral support when times were hard and you helped me to believe that there was light at the end of the tunnel… without you I’m certain that our story would have been a very different one!”
Serious Youth Violence Service
“Absolutely Outstanding, I particularly liked how you remind people to think about their approach to each other as colleagues, as well as the children, the whole school culture is so important”
Head of Sixth Form about Restorative Approach Training
“My knowledge of consent and harmful relationships has improved, and increased my knowledge of traits of domestic abuse and abusive relationships. I met my goals and I am able to verbalise my understanding of appropriate behaviour…”
Young Person about HERA Service
We believe the people we support should have the biggest say in what we do and how we do it. We call this participation and we ensure this embedded across everything we do.
We ensure the people that use our services can tell us what they think about what we offer or how it should look in the future; they can influence decisions that are taken and review all the information to see if the things we are doing are working.
We don’t only do this because it is the ‘right thing to do’, we do it because we believe the people we support are best placed to tell us how to keep improving.