Our intervention tools have been developed in consultation with young people with a focus on making them interactive, evidence based and crucially…fun. We know that the more young people enjoy working with the service, the more likely they are to continue engaging.
We view all young people as individuals, and recognise they have their own strengths, aims and ambitions. The support we offer is therefore centred on the different needs of each young person, taking account of interests, culture, faith and beliefs. Ultimately we focus on your needs, not our expectations.
We want young people to lead lives which are happy, healthy and safe. In addition to drug and alcohol support services, we provide holistic packages of care which support the improvement of physical health, mental health and offer help with practical issues such as a place to live, access to education or employment or access to positive activities.
We work closely with a range of local, regional and national partners to ensure we keep children, young people and vulnerable adults safe from harm. Working collaboratively with partner agencies ensures co-ordinated care that meets the full range of needs.