Key developments set out in our latest quarterly report

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The latest quarterly report from Future Pathways is now available to download from our website.

The report, which covers the period October to December 2017, includes a summary of key activities during those three months.

It gives an overview of the types of support being accessed by people, ranging from access to education, to therapy and health and wellbeing. And it provides a more detailed breakdown of progress in six key outcome areas, including accessibility and maximising resources for survivors.

Key highlights include:

  • 575 people registered in total, with around 45 referrals being received a month.
  • People are coming forward with a very wide range of needs in a similar pattern to previous reports.
  • So far, six referrals have resulted from our work with Police Scotland and the Scottish Prisons Service, which involves our leaflets being distributed in custody suites.

For more information about what’s contained in the report, which can be downloaded above, or on our links and resources page, please contact the Future Pathways team on 0141 465 9228, or email

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