We currently work in 26 local authorities across Scotland. We deliver our work in communities and in the wild places of Scotland.
A journey with us
We work in communities >>>>
We work with participants in their local communities to support them throughout their journey with Venture Trust. Over a period of 6-9 months, our outreach teams offer participants support and guidance, connecting them with services and opportunities in their local communities, and helping them to make and sustain positive changes in their lives. We work with a network of local partners, companies and services to help our participants access the best possible package of support and opportunities.
>>>> and in the wilderness
We support participants to journey into the wilderness of Scotland, where our carefully designed programmes give them the chance to develop key skills for life, learning and work. Together in small groups of up to 12 participants, individuals embark on a range of activities to help them plan and make life changes. Intensive one-to-one and group sessions encourage participants to recognise and reflect on the skills they are developing, and think about how they can be applied to their lives back at home.
Scotland's spectacular wild places are inherently challenging. These environments challenge individuals to focus on actions and their consequences - encouraging the discovery of new skills and talents, and helping participants to become more self reliant. The sense of space and the distance from everyday life gives individuals time to reflect on their lives and plan the changes they'd like to make.
We work with local authorities across Scotland to ensure those who need us can access our support.
Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian, Midlothian, Borders, Fife, Stirling, Falkirk, Clacks. Dundee, Perth, Angus, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
Glasgow, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, Ayrshire(East, North & South), Inverclyde, Renfrewshire, East/West Dunbartonshire, Argyle & Bute