Mission Statement

Time 4 U LTD aims to provide high standards of care to all our service users. We have experience working with service users from a broad spectrum, for example:

  • Enduring Mental Health issues

  • Dual Diagnosis

  • Short to medium term Respite and support needs

  • Rehabilitation for people with complex mental health needs.

  • Mild Learning Disabilities

  • Step Down Services and Extra Care

  • Forensic clients

Our focus is on ensuring that service users reach their set outcomes by working in accordance with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 and CQC guideline. Our approach is based on the Recovery Model and we use the Recovery Star to assist service users to measure their progress.

We believe in working to bring people closer to their communities and engaging them in ways that allow them to become valuable members of their communities, in order to achieve this we engage and liaise with:

  • Local events and training programs

  • Local community activities

  • Local GPs

  • Advocacy service

  • Local Authority

  • Improving the experiences and quality of life of our clients

  • Recovery Colleges

We have a highly skilled team with robust experience in working with service users, carers and families. Our service provision is based on a recovery-based approach focusing on promoting independence, re-learning skills they may have lost and improving self-confidence. The service provides a High, Medium and Low support needs, from round the clock support down to a few hours of support a day. We track down a record of our service user’s progress and independent living plan and make changes from daily to monthly and quarterly service plans as progress is made by the service user. We support people living in our homes by encouraging them to find activities, fun, within their strengths and weaknesses so that they could take control over their lives on a day to day basis towards independent living with improvements in their mental health. We help our service users to set their short term and long-term life goals and support them towards the achievement of these realistic goals.


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