More than 1,000 people had registered for support with Future Pathways by summer 2019, according to the latest quarterly report. There was an average of 40 registrations a month, with an increase in the number signing up from out-with the central belt and the rest of the UK. And all the registrations from the rest […]
The popular Future Pathways feedback sessions for Glasgow and Edinburgh this December are now full! To meet demand, further sessions in each city are now being planned for January. Your opinions are really important to Future Pathways, which is why feedback sessions local to you have been taking place recently. These events give you the […]
Mandy is a Support Provider for Future Pathways. Read on to find out about her work with people who were abused in care as children. “My name is Mandy and I work in the Scottish Borders in Galashiels. I work with Future Pathways in two ways – I offer counselling to people who want that […]
A massage school offering trauma-informed treatment has joined Future Pathways as a Support Provider. The Glasgow School of Massage offers training courses as well as various therapies to help address people’s wellbeing. Head tutor and therapist Rachel Black offers a private treatment clinic to the public with a range of specialised massage treatments including therapeutic […]
Survivors who are registered with Future Pathways are being invited to take part in a series of feedback events across Scotland. The engagement sessions are an opportunity for people receiving support from the organisation to share their opinions and ideas about the service. It is very important to hear directly from survivors about how the […]
In this case study, Marie talks about how Future Pathways helped her to break down the barriers in her life which were holding her back. Before registering and working with Future Pathways, Marie felt that it was not possible to have people in her world that could care about her. Marie had not heard of […]
In this case study, Jack talks about his experience of working with Future Pathways and how it has helped him. Before meeting his Support Coordinator, Jack was unsure about how things were going to go, what support he would receive, and even if he’d be entitled to receive support. “I’ve always been independent and tried […]
Join the National Confidential Forum at their event in Aberdeen to talk about “What we have heard so far”.
Come and meet the Future Pathways team at the Gathering, the UK’s biggest third sector event, on 22 and 23 February.
People who have experienced in-care abuse and neglect are being urged to come forward and register for ‘Future Pathways