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Aberdeen Foyer provides housing support to young people aged 16 years and over in crisis situations. This core service is complemented by a holistic range of programmes including money management, employability initiatives and counselling. 14:19 Fund investment supports 14 to 16 year olds who have been excluded, or are at risk of exclusion, from education and supportsRead More
Aberdeen Play Forum aims to increase play opportunities in Aberdeen by working with public, private, voluntary and community organisations to raise awareness of the importance of play. Aberdeen Play Forum receives funding through go2play to provide Play Ranger services throughout the city.Read More
Aberlour, is a national charity for children, young people and families across Scotland, helping transform lives for the better. Supporting challenges such as living with a disability, growing up in and leaving care and the impact of drugs and alcohol on families. Aberlour is one of the 13 charities in the intandem portfolio. More informationRead More
A collaboration between children’s charity Aberlour and Leisure & Culture Dundee, this project aims to promote the use of green space and natural outdoor spaces for free play opportunities for children and families in Dundee and raise the profile, and promote the benefits, of outdoor free play, especially to parents. Aberlour and Leisure and CultureRead More
Action for Children delivers services aimed at young people who are unemployed and who may have other issues restricting their ability to access the job market. 14:19 Fund investment supports a number of its programmes: Youthbuild, Challenge and Transitions. CashBack for Communities supports employability programmes. For more information visit cashbackforcommunities.org.uk Action for Children is alsoRead More
Addaction support adults, children, young adults and older people to make positive behavioural changes. Whether that’s with alcohol, drugs, or mental health and well-being, we’re here to help people improve their lives in ways they never thought possible. Addaction receives funding through the Survivors Support Towards Partnership Working Fund to employ a Survivor Advisor to establish pathways forRead More
Advocacy Service Aberdeen (ASA) provides free and confidential independent advocacy for people resident in Aberdeen. ASA helps people take more control of their lives and actively participate in decision making, helping them to know and understand their rights and the situation that they are in; to consider the options that are available to them; expressRead More
Active Healthy Achieving Futures is a partnership between NHS Highland, Highland Council and a series of third and voluntary sector organisations to work with people with autism, their families and carers. It is funded through the Autism Innovation & Development Fund to develop a transition programme of life skills and socialisation. The programme is divided intoRead More
ARC Scotland works for the development of high quality person-centred services for people with a learning disability by bringing organisations together to work effectively. In Scotland, ARC works with the voluntary sector, local authorities, the independent sector, carers and the Scottish Government. ARC manages SDS Support in the Right Direction funding on behalf of theRead More
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