Our Services | Kibble

The ways we can help

Children and young people (aged 5 – 26) are supported by a full range of integrated services to ensure the best outcomes. By providing this wrap-around support, with each service collaborating on the best approaches for each young person, we provide a consistent and structured environment.

Our practice is becoming increasingly trauma-informed and includes; education, residential care, psychological and therapeutic support, intensive foster care, secure care, employability, outreach services and community housing.

To help young people move forward, if and when they are ready, supported transitions ensure changes are carefully planned. We put the supports in place to help them move through a period of change.

Residential Care

Kibble provides residential care and support to children and young people, aged 5-26, who have been referred by local authorities.

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Education & Schools

We aim to transform lives through learning with our primary and secondary schools along with The Skills Academy, our tertiary education and training centre.

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Secure care

Kibble Safe Centre provides a safe, secure and supportive environment to help young people through a period of crisis.

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Community services

Kibble’s Community Services provide accommodation for young people, aged between 16 and 21 in the heart of the community.

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Early Years Services

Our early years services provide a range of supports for children aged five+ with experience of trauma.

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Intensive Fostering Services

Kibble’s fostering service provides safe, loving homes for children and young people aged five+ who are unable to live with their birth families.

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Specialist Intervention Services

Our Specialist Intervention Services (SIS) team provides psychological assessment and therapeutic support for young people at Kibble.

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Interventions for Vulnerable Youth (IVY) Project

IVY is a specialist psychological and social work service which conducts risk assessment, formulation and management for high-risk young people aged 12-18.

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SAFE: support for children and their families after crime

The SAFE service is a new, free service for young people and families affected by crime. This vital community-based service...

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St. Mirren Partnership

Kibble have an innovative partnership with St. Mirren Football Club, which is supported by the St. Mirren Independent Supporters Association (SMISA).

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