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Our Resettlement Service and Housing Support team participated in the Growth Mindset Program with their service users. This was in partnership with Leisure & Culture Dundee and the Ancrum Centre. The program ran over a five week period with one activity each week. The purpose of...

Councillor Kevin Cordell, Councillor Vari McDonald and Councillor John Alexander visited Positive Steps - an organisation which operates a number of projects related to homelessness and tackling the root causes. In our roles within the Neighbourhood Services department, we link in with a variety of organisations...

The 3rd STEP Program of 2016 has come to an end! Working in partnership with Abertay Housing Association, Positive Steps were delighted to deliver Positive Steps' 9 week lifestyle program (STEP) to the residents at Fintry Mains Sheltered Housing Complex. Using an action learning process,...

Our Housing Support Team arranged with the Service users to go on the hunt for as many Oor Wullie's. The service users had a great day out and enjoyed getting their photo taking with the Oor Wullie Statuse's. [metaslider id=990]...

The STEP Program was delighted to have Robert Bichan from Tai Chi Dundee come and give a Tai Chi taster session at one of our STEP groups. Tai Chi is a sequence of dynamic movements that combine soft and hard, with fast and slow actions,...

The STEP Program was delighted to have the Dundee Community Safety Partnership come to one of the STEP groups and give a talk to the participants about safety within the home. Working in partnership with the Police, the Dundee Community Safety Wardens can deal quickly...

STEP aims to tackle social isolation amongst older adults aged 65 plus by using an action learning process in a group work setting. Over the summer, it is intended to focus the Programme on people who live within Sheltered Housing Complexes.  We also run these...

Recent law changes mean you could face up to a seven year prison sentence for giving or selling these drugs. With any drugs you never know what you are getting and they can be incredibly harmful. The UK Government has confirmed that the Psychoactive Substances Act will...

The Care Inspectorate is changing the way it inspect. Some changes come into effect 1st April 2016, some from 1st July 2016. The proposed changes have been informed by a widespread consultation with a broad range of partners and stakeholders, including providers and service users, and...