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Ypeople Supported Accommodation Services

Ypeople has 14 locations across central Scotland which deliver a wide range of services, programmes and projects supporting vulnerable children, young people and families.

Ypeople’s supported accommodation aims to:

• Provide a safe environment to help people who have been affected by homelessness make the transition to long term accommodation via supported housing
• Deliver accommodation support to meet the needs of the people within our services to equip them with the necessary day to day skills required for independent living
• Empower young people and adults to improve their lives now and to create better futures via supported accommodation for young people
• Promote a sense of purpose to individuals to enable them to improve their lives
• Let people have their voices heard and be involved


Peer Mentoring Services


intandem Mentoring Service
Ypeer Mentoring
Youthworks Mentoring



Suported Accommodation

Highland Throughcare and Aftercare
Ypeople Branston Court Supported Accommodation Service

Ypeople Orkney Young Persons’ Supported Accommodation Service (YPSAS)
Ypeople Pathways
Ypeople Edinburgh Services

Reachout Services

Highland Reach Out
Ypeople Reach Out East Dunbartonshire
Ypeople Reach Out Glasgow
Ypeople Glasgow Key Fund
Ypeople Rent Deposit Service (South Lanarkshire)

Out of School Care Services

Cleeves Out of School Care
Anderston Out of School Care
Ypeople YZone Out of School Care Service
Ypeople Kelvindale Out of School Care Service
Ypeople Garnetbank Out of School Care Service

Youth Counselling & Family Support Service

Ypeople Calm Project
Ypeople Orkney Y-Talk Youth Counselling Service and Ypeople Orkney Family Support Service

Service Locations:

Service Locations




In Action

Ypeople’s services deliver a broad range of programmes and projects which support vulnerable children, young people and families as well as providing accommodation support, support for people whose lives have been affected by homelessness, mentoring and befriending.