Community & Learning

safer communities, joined up working

Our approach to communities and partnerships is to support and compliment the work that's already happening in communities across Dundee. We are bringing together access to a range of services in a single point, work with employers to build safer workplaces, deliver free training in the community around mental health and suicide prevention and more!

leveling the playing field

Young people with mental health and wellbeing challenges have some of the lowest access rates to higher/further education and skilled employment. We're here to tackle exactly that.

Our current projects

Personal achievment award

Our young people who take part in our projects and services have an opportunity to gain a Level 2 Personal Achievement Award as they participate. The Personal Achievement Award can benefit anyone looking towards further/higher education, or employment.

If you are interested in achieving this award, or would like more information, please contact 

mental health and wellbeing award

This award is a brilliant opportunity to have a deeper understanding about mental health and wellbeing by taking part in this SQA Accredited Award

This course will;

Foot In the door

Foot in the Door is our new work experience programme for young people aged 16-26 who live, work, or study in Dundee. Broaden your horizons with the chance to connect with local professionals that are relevant to your aspirations! Click here to sign up today!


‘Rise Up’  was a project where young people aged 12-17 had the opportunity to boost their confidence and enhance their skills in art and leisure-based activities. They also had the opportunity to engage with professionals who have an established career on a 1-2-1 basis. Young people had the chance to connect with professionals and build a network among organisations across the city.

As part of the Art Stream, we had a unique class with Mr Drew Photography, Dundee Ceramics Studios gave us Clay Kits to explore ceramic techniques, we visited many galleries across Dundee, and had workshops within our activity room for young people to develop their artistic practice.

The Explore Stream was the opportunity to discover new hobbies; such as video gaming, hiking, trampolining, football, treasure hunting, stargazing, and rock climbing. Young people had the chance to work as a team and build new friendships with like-minded people, and chat to professionals about pursuing the activity further.