Local Supports for Care Experienced Young People 16+

Local Supports

Further and Higher Education

Forth Valley College Corporate Parenting   Forth Valley college offer comprehensive support to students who are care experienced.

Time4Me  Mentoring Service available to care experienced students at Forth Valley College

Open University provide bespoke support for care experienced young people to remove barriers to learning. Their open admissions policy means you don’t need formal qualifications to study with us at undergraduate level.

Open learn is Open University’s bank of free learning resources for people who want to learn at their own pace and plan their own learning journey. You gain badges and certificates of completion for a wide range of courses that can help people move forward on their learning journey.

Mentoring and Support

Stirling Council’s 16+ mentoring service provides mentors to 16-25 year olds for a minimum of 1 hour per week to help young people who are care experienced identify and achieve their goals.

Mental Health and Counselling

Wellbeing Scotland   provide a wide range of holistic services for individuals and families whose life experiences have impacted negatively on their wellbeing. There is also specific provision for care experienced young people with counselling, support and advice.

Young Minds

Healthy lives 

Active Stirling   Offering individualised support to young people who have experienced care in the Stirling area.

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