We want to hear from you!

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 service is doing and how it can be improved for everyone who is registered.

The events are taking place in:

Dundee – September 12th;

Galashiels – September 16th;

Stirling – September 24th;

Aberdeen – September 26th.

Each meeting will consist of up to 10 people and will include an update about Future Pathways. The aim is that they will take place in a safe and comfortable setting.

To register, please email the Communications and Engagement team on engagement@future-pathways.co.ukor by calling 0141 226 9852. You can also speak to your Support Coordinator if you are interested.

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