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  • Leaving care

    16+ Edinburgh

    Working with young careleavers aged from 15 1/2 to 26 years

  • Leaving care

    16+ Glasgow

    Provides a transitional support service to young care leavers in Glasgow. Including residential accommodation, supported tenancy's and on-going support up to the age of 26.

  • Employability/skills


    A flexible and tailored support programme for unemployed young people aged 18 -24. We know that for the hardest-to-reach young people, one size doesn’t fit all and that to make real, sustainable progress, we need to tackle the whole range of issues a young person is facing.

  • Housing and homelessness

    2a High Street

    Supported Accommodation for young people aged 16-24. 7 units

  • Rights and participation

    6th Sense

    6th Sense is based in the Southern Locality and is part funded by the SHSCT. Eight Young People with a range of disabilities and autism will be supported to participate in twelve 6th sense meetings per year. Activities will include influencing and capacity building meetings. Personal Care Needs of membership will be met at the project.

  • Youth services

    A Place 4 Us

    A youth club for young people aged 13-25 with additional needs who live in Calne and surrounding villages. The service is commissioned by parents / carers from the local area.

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    Mental health

    ABC PiP

    providing parents with support and space to talk about challenging emotions around parenting their baby.

  • Training


    A service commissioned by the VRU to support their work in the West Midlands around Violence Prevention; to encourage and support all organisations to develop understanding of childhood adversity and become trauma aware, trauma sensitive and eventually trauma informed in their work.

  • Family support

    ADHD Support Service

    Provides up to three home support sessions to families of children aged 6- 15 with a diagnosis of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) living across the Northern HSCT. The service provides support on: understanding ADHD, the neuroscience of ADHD, supporting emotional regulation, ADHD & school, promoting positive behaviours, sleep

  • Parenting programmes

    ADHD and ASC Parenting Support Programme

    We deliver evidence based parenting programmes for parents and carers who have children who have been diagnosed with ADHD or an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC). We can also support parents and carers whose children are awaiting an assessment. We deliver courses all across the Island from Family Centres or via digital online platforms.