Links & Resources

Links

Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry

The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is looking at the abuse of children in care. If you wish to share evidence about abuse which took place you can find details of how to contact the Inquiry team on their website.

www.childabuseinquiry.scot

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SurvivorScotland Strategic Outcomes and Priorities 2015-2017

The SurvivorScotland Strategic Outcomes and Priorities lay out the Scottish Government’s plans to improve and develop services that treat, care for and support survivors across all domains of health and wellbeing.

www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/10/3487

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National Confidential Forum

The National Confidential Forum was established to listen and to acknowledge the experiences people who were in institutional care in Scotland as children, whatever they were. If you would like to share your experience with the Forum you can find contact details on their website.

www.nationalconfidentialforum.org.uk

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Police Scotland

Police Scotland’s page for adult survivors of childhood abuse includes information about how to report abuse, and the support available.

www.scotland.police.uk/keep-safe/child-protection/adult-survivors-of-child-abuse

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CELCIS – Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland

CELCIS have taken a lead role in facilitating survivors’ involvement in consultations on the Scottish Government’s response to in-care abuse.

www.celcis.org

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Future Pathways partners

www.health-in-mind.org.uk

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www.mentalhealth.org.uk

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www.penumbra.org.uk

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www.gov.scot

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Other sources of support

The following local and national organisations offer help and support to survivors of in-care abuse.

If your organisation works with survivors of in-care abuse, and you would like to find out about signing up as a provider, or have your details included on this page, please contact engagement@future-pathways.co.uk

Birthlink

Birthlink’s Care Connect service helps adults who have been in care to find information about their past or trace estranged family members. Care Connect can arrange access to records, share the details of resulting information and offer help in making sense of this.

www.birthlink.org.uk

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Crossroads Fife Central

Crossroads Fife Central is a registered charity operating across Fife, providing person centred support to carers and people affected by disability or illness. They provide a range of Self Directed Support and respite, as well as a befriending service.

www.crossroadsfifecentral.org

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Life Changes Trust

Life Changes Trust’s Care Experienced Young People Programme is committed to giving young people with care experience a voice, so that they can influence change. They fund a variety of projects aimed at improving the lives of care experienced young people.

www.lifechangestrust.org.uk

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NAPAC

NAPAC (The National Association for People Abused in Childhood) is a UK charity which offers support to adults who have suffered any type of childhood abuse, including physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect. Support line: 0808 801 0331, free from landlines and mobiles and totally confidential.

www.napac.org.uk

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ScotsCare

ScotsCare helps Scots and the children of Scots living within 35 miles of Charing Cross in London. They offer a comprehensive range of services including social services, advocacy, psychotherapy, help with substance abuse, debt managements, job seeking assistance, sheltered housing, social events and volunteer opportunities.

www.scotscare.com

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VOX (Voices of eXperience)

VOX is Scotland’s national voice on mental health. They represent members’ views to Scotland’s politicians and health professionals to ensure laws and mental health services reflect their needs and interests. If you have a lived experience of mental illness, you can join VOX to start shaping the mental health agenda.

www.voxscotland.org.uk

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 Resources

Here you can access quarterly and annual reports about our work, as well as other useful resources. Please check back regularly or sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date.

Quarterly Reports

Future Pathways Q3 final   – this report covers the period Oct-Dec 2016

Future Pathways Q4 report final – this report covers the period Jan-March 17

Leadership team recruitment pack – closing date Wednesday 12 July 17