Our latest Quarterly Report is now available to view. It covers our work from July to September 2023. It shows what we’ve learnt, and includes key stats and feedback from those who access Future Pathways. 
What happened in Q2

75 people registered with Future Pathways.

33 people started working with a Support Coordinator.

107 people accessed support from 43 Delivery Partners.

Who we worked with

The average age of people who registered with us was 47.

77% of people who register with us live in the Central Belt of Scotland.

Many people who register with us have a disability or a health condition that impacts their daily life and ability to access services

How people felt

Most of the feedback from people registered with us was positive.

Some people expressed appreciation for Future Pathways’ support and told us they felt heard. 

People also shared that it is difficult when they cannot access swift and responsive support. 

Delivery Partners shared feedback that they feel valued and supported by Future Pathways.

What people gained

People we support said that the most impactful support was accessing mental health support and being able to improve their homes. 

Our Delivery Partners shared feedback that they learned about the needs and challenges of people we support by working with Future Pathways. 

What changed for people

Anne shares what changes for her after accessing Future Pathways’ support.

“The cinema membership encouraged me to leave the flat and venture into town. When the cinema was quiet, I felt safe, like I didn’t have to scan the place.”

Some Delivery Partners fed back that they had changed how they work because of their work with Future Pathways. 

What difference we made

Josie shares the impact of Future Pathways’ support.

“That old life has gone now. I love my life now. I am in a happier place. I’m more me.”
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Our latest Quarterly Report is now available to view. It covers our work from April to June 2023. It shows what we’ve learnt, and includes key stats and feedback from those who access Future Pathways. 
What happened in Q1

57 people registered with Future Pathways.

15 people started working with a Support Coordinator.

80 people accessed support from 26 Delivery Partners.

Who we worked with

The average age of people who registered with us was 46.

77% of people who register with us live in the Central Belt of Scotland.

We learned that most of the people we support may have a disability or a health condition.

How people felt

Most of the feedback we received was positive.

Some people told us they felt listened to and able to trust the service.

On the other hand, waiting for support can make people feel frustrated, unable to progress and unimportant.

What people gained

People gained access to a wide range of supports.

Accessing mental health supports and exploring creative interests were most helpful.

What changed for people

Someone we supported shared what is different for them:

“It has given me a lot of confidence […] Now I want to give something back.”
What difference we made

Someone we supported shared the sense of purpose they now feel: 

“I know I am there for the right reason, to make people realise that they have a voice […] I feel passionate about Voices for a Better Future.”*
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Our latest Quarterly Report is now available to view. It covers our work from January to March 2023. It shows what we’ve learnt, and includes key stats and feedback from those who access Future Pathways. 

This quarter:  

28 people started working with a Support Coordinator.  

More people heard about Future Pathways through word of mouth than from anywhere else.  

259 people accessed support from our delivery partners.

We worked with 70 active delivery partners. 

People told us they wanted to improve their mental health, their living environments and develop new skill.

People told us working with Future Pathways made a positive difference to their lives. For example, by giving them sense of pride in themselves or their achievements, and ways of coping.  

People told us where they heard about Future Pathways
Future Pathways linked people with a range of delivery partners this quarter 
People told us what they hoped to gain from working with our service
People told us about the most impactful support they accessed through Future Pathways 
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Our latest Quarterly Report is now available to view. It covers our work from October to December 2022. It shows what we’ve learnt, and includes key stats and feedback from those who access Future Pathways.

This quarter:

  • 60 people started working with a Support Coordinator.
  • Most people heard about us from friends and family, or from statutory services.
  • We supported 202 people to access support.
  • We worked with 53 delivery partners.
  • People shared they wanted to expand their social network and improve their living environment.
  • People told us that working with us gave them an increased sense of purpose, independence, and self-awareness.

When agreeing a support plan, we ask people what difference they envisage these outcomes having in their lives. 

People highlighted that they hoped these outcomes would positively affect their relationships, and their mental wellbeing. The word cloud below shows the themes which emerged from people’s answers.

People shared with us how the support can help create a positive outlook

Our full report features further infographics, feedback and a breakdown of our financial spend. Read the full report. 
Our latest Quarterly Report is now available to view. It covers our work from July to September 2022. It shows what we’ve learnt, and includes key stats and feedback from those who access Future Pathways.

This quarter:

    • We supported 225 people to access support.
    • We worked with 62 delivery partners.
    • 101 People started working with a Support Coordinator.
    • We reduced our waitlist this quarter. No-one has waited for support for more than 6 months.
    • People noted that the cost of living crisis is affecting their mental health.
    • People told us that working with Future Pathways gave them choice and control. It also helped with managing their mental health.
What support did people seek in Q2?
How we are responding to feedback
Improving our service
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Our latest Quarterly Report is now available to view. It covers our work from April to June 2022 and what we’ve learnt, highlighted by key stats and first-hand experiences from those who access Future Pathways.

This quarter:

  • People increasingly used our newsletter and website to stay connected to Future Pathways.
  • We contacted 112 people from our waitlist.
  • 85% of people who registered with us live in Scotland.
  • 41% of people heard about us by word of mouth.
  • We supported 215 people to access support.
  • We referred people to 40 delivery partners. 45% of these referrals were for record searches, and 32% were for counselling support. 
  • Most people who completed reviews told us we had helped have a positive impact.
  • People told us Future Pathways helped with building positive relationships, developing their confidence, and made them feel supported and able to enjoy things.
Survivors are aware of support and come forward to access assistance
Where do the people we work with live?

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