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The STEP Program has finished its first 9 week program of 2016. The people who engage with the group sessions gain so much – making friends, having fun, learning new skills and sharing existing ones. The Feedback received from the participants at the group; “I've made friends,...

It’s inspiring to see the feedback from the service users, which helps motivate everyone here at Positive Steps. Helping people making small steps to make changes in their lives for the better. ...

Here is our Report on the Housing Support Service User Conference which was held on October 29th 2015. Throughout the day the feedback from the service users who participated and attended, made it clear that the workers of the service are meeting the expectations of the...

May this Christmas bring joy and love to your heart and soul, and may you start the New Year on a beautiful note. Everyone from Positive Steps wishes you the best Christmas and a safe and happy New Year. ...

Our CLD department took part in an information session today held by Volunteer Centre Dundee. The session was to celebrate, recognise and reward the achievements of young people volunteering through the Saltire Awards....

Our Community Learning and Development team were privileged to be part of a lecture titled ‘Creating Wellbeing – What is needed to transform Scottish society so that all citizens are able to thrive?’, delivered by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon MSP. The First Minister highlighted the integration...

After a recent visit from staff and the C.E.O from Crisis. They were very happy with their findings and produced this report about our services on their Crisis Website. It highlights how well, we are supporting the most vulnerable people in Dundee...

This guidance is meant to help staff dealing with unsuccessful applicants for Universal Credit who are threatening to self-harm or take their own life. But what this is doing is putting people in real danger because if people are assessed wrongly and they are already...

MSPs have formally protested against changes to the UK benefits system, marking the first time the Scottish Parliament has refused Westminster legislative consent. One of the main proposals in the UK government’s Welfare Reform Bill is to replace Disability Living Allowance with a ‘Personal Independence Payment...