Residents at Andrew Provan House (APH), our residential project for vulnerable families, have been selected to join the Jack Petchey Achievement Award scheme.
The scheme recognises the outstanding achievements of young people, who have gone above and beyond to achieve – perhaps when others thought they might fail.
The young people who come to APH have experienced a range of difficulties, including substance misuse and domestic violence, and many are homeless. Through their own efforts and with the support of the Field Lane team of key workers, our residents develop the skills, resilience and confidence they need to build new lives. The Jack Petchey Award is in recognition of this achievement.