Positive Steps Initiatives (PSI)
PSI provides a wide range of services under its Social Enterprise Division – bringing its outstanding knowledge of public, private and third sector landscapes to the forefront. PSI offers its clients a unique range of services, Private Rental Supported Accommodation, Enhance Education and Research, SROI, Consultancy Services that deliver on social impact whilst creating sustainable streams of additional income to further develop the work undertaken by its parent company, Positive Steps.
PSI social enterprise is founded on a belief that “Knowledge is rooted in the participants”. Therefore, it facilitates co-productive methods of working to ensure its clients and participants are at the heart of every project it engages with. As a result of this, sustainable services are created and become less reliant on funding and more secure supported by income streams.
Its aim is simple – the PSI team bring their expertise and outstanding knowledge to its clients and provide a clear informed understanding of various Social, Health and Well-being landscapes. In terms of this we create social businesses aimed at overcoming inequalities and produce opportunities and sustainability as a priority when delivering new services.
For example, the research teams utilise over twenty years’ experience which is embedded in our organisation. PSI has a longitudinal vision which is to bridge the gap between academia, public, private and third sector organisations. PSI area of expertise extends over multiple social sectors. Therefore, it provides clients with evidence-based research and evaluation on a wide range of topics. Its client base includes: N.H.S. Boards, Local Authorities, Third Sector Organisations, Scottish Government Bodies and Private Companies sited within multiple frameworks such as:
Homelessness Networks, Social Housing, Supported Accommodation, Substance Misuse, Recidivism, Offending Behaviour, Behavioural Change, Mental Health, Low education attainment all factors that impact various marginalised populations.
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