What We Do
Without the ability to manage daily living or to find and keep a job, young people are at risk of being left behind in a life of poverty. Not only is this an isolating experience for the individual: our communities are poorer when some are not able to play their part.
Recognising this, Calman Trust offers a place where young people aged 14-25 can develop the skills and confidence to take the next steps towards independent living and the world of work.
Every young person is different, and after getting to know them and their particular needs we look to agree a personal plan that the young person can see reflecting their hopes for the future, and therefore owned by the young person as they move forward.
All young people will be offered the combination of learning and support in order to manage life’s challenges.
Who we work with
We will work with young people or their family directly, or with the services that work with them, including Skills Development Scotland, Schools, Social Work or Criminal Justice, Health Services, including mental health, occupational therapy, housing or homelessness services. To discuss further what we do please