The Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) model is a tool to help tackle rape, dating violence, sexual harassment, bullying and other forms of violent and abusive behaviour.
Medics against Violence (MAV) were set up in 2008 by 3 surgeons who dealt every day with the awful consequences of violence. They wanted to prevent young people in particular being killed or becoming the victims of serious life changing injuries.
Working in emergency departments in Glasgow and Edinburgh Navigator aims to help stop the revolving door of violent injury in our hospitals. The programme engages with patients at a moment when they may be open to breaking free from the challenges trapping them in a cycle of violence.
ASC (Ask Support Care) is a training programme which aims to give everyone from vets and hairdressers to firefighters the skills to reach out to those who have become victims of domestic abuse and offer help and support.
Do you believe in second chances? At the SVRU we believe in supporting people who are putting in the graft to change their lives. One of the most powerful ways to help a person help themselves is to open the door to employment.
People really do make Glasgow. We’re a city that prides ourselves on our warm welcome. At One Community we’re helping families and young people who are new to the city to settle in.
Negative events in childhood can affect a person’s whole life. Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) increase the risk of everything from depression, alcohol abuse and incarceration through to conditions like heart disease and even cancer.
From its site in Glasgow’s leafy Mansfield Park the sleek Street & Arrow airstream truck dishes up tasty modern street food.
Award winning websites by The Weather Digital