Who is involved in Future Pathways and what are its goals?
Future Pathways was set up by the Scottish Government in 2016. It is made up of an alliance or organisations – Health in Mind, Penumbra, the Mental Health Foundation, and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Its is overseen by the Alliance Leadership Team (ALT), which meets once a month. The team is made up of representatives from each of the Alliance partner organisations, as well as three survivors of in-care abuse.
Our day-to-day work is managed by the Alliance Management Team (AMT), which meets every month and also represents the partner organisations.
Our team of fully trained and trauma-informed support coordinators work directly with each individual to identify what that person wants to achieve.
Future Pathways supports people who were abused or neglected as children while they were living in care in Scotland. It is supported by funding from the Scottish Government and is managed by aa alliance of organisations that make up the Future Pathways Alliance to oversee the fund and make sure it is reaching as many survivors as possible
Survivors lead full, healthy and independent lives.
It’s easy to get in touch – either by phone, email, or you can fill in this simple form to register your interest or find out more.