Our support can help you

Future Pathways supports in care abuse survivors. We help adults who were victims of historical abuse in a care setting in Scotland as children. Our aim is to help them lead a happier and more fulfilled life.

The types of support

Examples of how we can help you:

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Work & education

Psychological trauma support

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Community activities

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Counselling & other therapies

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Access to records

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About our work

What we do

We work together with people who were abused in care to arrange access to person-centred support that will help them to lead full, healthy and independent lives, and to find their own pathways to a positive future.

News & Events

Keep up to date with the latest news and views from Future Pathways.

Alliance Manager welcomes Future Pathways extension

News that £9 million of funding has been granted to allow Future Pathways to run for even longer has been welcomed. The Scottish Government has announced that it will fund the project for a further two years until at least 2023. Flora Henderson, Alliance Manager for Future Pathways, said: “This

The invisible war

During lockdown, you have been sharing your thoughts about the pandemic with Future Pathways. Vicky has asked us to share her poem about it with you: The world is fighting a war – you could say, it is world war three. But this battle has no exploding bombs, soldiers firing

Financial redress for in care abuse survivors announced

Legislation to provide financial redress to people who were abused in care as children is set to be introduced in Scotland this year. Deputy First Minister John Swinney has confirmed that the Redress (Survivors of In Care Abuse) (Scotland) Bill will be introduced in the Scottish Parliament following its summer

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Need help now?

  If you are feeling distressed, in a state of despair, suicidal or need emotional support, contact:

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NHS 24: 111

If you think you have an emergency situation or need an ambulance, you should dial 999.

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Breathing Space:
Freephone 0800 83 85 87

6pm - 2am week days, 24 hrs at weekends from 6pm on Friday to 6am on Monday.

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Samaritans: 116 123 (UK),
116 123 (ROI)

24 hours/seven days a week, local rate call charge.

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ChildLine: Freephone
0800 11 11

For children up to the age of 18 - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Rape Crisis Scotland:
08088 01 03 02

6pm-12pm, seven days a week.

Get in touch

It’s easy to get in touch – either by phone, email, or you can fill in this simple form to ask about registering.