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* Emotional Health & Wellbeing Service- Greater Manchester & Lancashire

Our Vision

Action for Children’s Greater Manchester and Lancashire Emotional Health & Wellbeing Service is an Action for Children service that place children, young people and families first.

Our work includes: the delivery of emotional health & wellbeing programmes, parenting courses, pupil support within schools and communities to engage young people in a conversation to support and build their emotional resilience, offering practical skills to manage negative thoughts and feelings

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Moray Services

Our Vision

We aim to provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment in which young people feel secure and can discover their value and worth as individuals and gain a sense of their own self.  They are also encouraged to participate fully in the decision-making process in the home and are given opportunities to help and support one another. This is achieved by stressing the positive roles of care and focuses on the needs and rights of the young people. 

We adopt a flexible approach to all aspects of care and aim to work closely and in partnership with parents and carers as appropriate.

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Wendy Forbes

Our Vision

Dundee Youth Housing ServiceDundee

We aim to reduce homelessness with young people by providing a range of interventions

We aim to reduce homelessness with young people by providing a range of interventions, including housing advice, conflict resolution, education in schools, group work and support for the individual young person.

We offer a general counselling and support service including befriending, advising on food preparation, reminding and non-specialist counselling where this does not overlap with similar services provided as personal care or personal support.

Our service is assist young people, between the ages of 16 - 25, who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

We aim to provide;

  • A welcoming and accessible service that respects and values young people as individuals
  • A professional, non-judgemental and confidential way in a safe and comfortable environment
  • Work in partnership with young people and where appropriate their families, employers, organisations and individuals
  • Provide information and guidance to encourage young people to make informed healthy decisions 

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