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News & Events
Trip to Southend
Residents of Right Choice Care Services visited Southend seaside. We spent whole day at sea and in amusement park. Everyone enjoyed a lot. It was a good outing for everyone.
Visit to British Museum
We went to British Museum and spent whole day there. Residents showed interest in Egypt's mummies and learnt lot about ancient history of Egypt. We had dinner at Subway.
Our Services
Welcome to Right Choice Care Services

Right Choice Care Services was established to provide a range of services for young people in and leaving the care of a local authority. The organization is made up of individuals with expertise in providing high standards in accommodation and qualified / experienced social workers who understand the needs of young people and who are focused on providing high quality services based on excellent social work practices.

Together we aim to:

  • Provide effective ways of engaging and working with young people on plans and programs constructed by them , under the guidance of social workers, parents, carers, education providers, health professionals and all other important parties / agencies.
  • Raise the desire for a better life in which expectations are high, focused and achievable with the right level (as determined by the individual) of support and guidance.
  • To provide young people with the guidance to achieve and maintain appropriate social network which is supportive, reliable, secure and sustainable for life.
  • To ensure that all young people, have an equality of opportunity to achieve their full potential and the best possible outcome that their ability will accommodate.


What We Do?

We provide
a service to young people in and leaving the care of a local authority, who require specifit help in developing and maintaining lifelong self care and life skills.

Juvenile Justice Service

This is a service which primarily provides for young people on release from custody, aimed at assisting them to re-settle in the wider community. The service seeks to enable young people to "hit the ground running" on release from custody by focusing on their hopes and aspirations as an effective means of addressing offending conduct.