MACS was established in 1990 to provide a range of services for young people. Since then, they have succeeded in developing an approach which is effective and sustainable.
The values and ethos of the organisation, particularly the approach to participation, are at the centre of this success.
They work with children and young people (aged 11–25) who haven’t had a fair deal. They may be experiencing homelessness, substance abuse, self-harm, mental health issues, leaving care or they are generally at risk.
The core services are Supported Housing
, Floating Support
, Wellbeing Support
Life is great for children and young people
To provide a range of support services for children and young people who haven’t had a fair deal in relation to housing, homelessness, mental health and participation.
They need each other to make life work.
Make own choices
Make mistakes and learn
Recognise the differences and challenge judgements
Getting children and young people where they want to be
Led by you
Strength, excellence, innovation and vision