Making a difference. 24/7.
we work with society's most troubled and vulnerable young people. We’re there
to help when young people are most at risk.
hours a day. Every single day of
some young people, life is a series of problems. They often feel completely alone, and can’t see any future
at all. At Includem, we stick with each young person. We help them realise they can change their circumstances,
and help them build a better life.
which is a charity, is built on five principles at the heart of
everything we do. We’ve been working with young people in this way for 12
years now, and we have solid evidence to prove that our approach
works. We believe the benefits are clear, not just for young people but
for everyone in Scotland.
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A Better Life
At Includem, we aim to show young people that life holds more opportunities than they realise.
This is why our practice toolkit for working with vulnerable and high-risk young people is called A Better Life.
Launched in 2010, and edited by youth justice expert Tim Chapman, our toolkit covers our Framework of Intervention – and sets out key ways of engaging with young people.
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Includem Showcased as Inspiring Example of Good Practice
Includem features in a case study report produced by Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) that draws on formal research and face-to-face interviews with individuals from Scottish charities, who have responsibility for measuring the impact of their organisation’s work.
We have Moved
Our Head Office, Glasgow and Clydebank teams have moved to one central location in Glasgow. Our new address will be Academy Park, Unit 6000, Gower Street, G51 1PR. You will still be able to contact us on our existing phone numbers. Our 24/7 Helpline numbers will not change.
Includem Receives £400k to Tackle Violent Offending in Glasgow
It was announced today that Includem is to receive a grant of £374,399
to work with young violent offenders in Glasgow, to tackle re-offending.
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a mentoring
programme which will offer intensive interaction with difficult young offenders
who are often not engaged with public services and cause considerable problems
for their local community.
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