The Rosey Project has made some exciting changes to their website. We love the bright new colours that reflect our vibrant and dynamic work we do with young people, tailoring it to ease access to information and support.
We have been doing some fantastic work with young people over the years in schools and community youth groups. The young people we have met throughout have been enthusiastic and impressive, and have been telling us all about the challenges they are facing in society. They love our workshops and are telling us that this is exactly what they are looking for, i.e. a safe non-judgmental space to talk about the effects of issues such as relationship abuse, sexual bullying, commercial sexual exploitation, pornography, sexting, sexual violence and the law, and much more. Our fabulous new website has lots more information about this and how teachers, youth workers and other guardians can access our sexual violence awareness workshops. It’s all very exciting to see our project grow and become one the most respected prevention projects in Scotland. Please visit our new website to find out more.
We have also been providing vital support and advocacy to young women from the age 13 and over. Our support service has also been growing over the years and we get referrals from a variety of sources. The feedback from young women who have been supported at the Rosey Project has been overwhelmingly positive. Some of the young women are living very chaotic lifestyles, and support at the Rosey Project is crucial to their recovery and helps them build their confidence and self-esteem, as well as build life skills and coping mechanisms that will be a springboard to a very bright future. Our new website has lots of useful information that young people can access, help them understand what is happening to them, and give them the much needed information to help them make positive informed choices.
So why not visit our new website and see how the workers at the Rosey Project and Glasgow Rape Crisis are making it easy for young women to access support around sexual violence and provide clear and important information for all young people who might be worried about issues they are dealing with?
The new website, developed with the wonderful expertise and vision of fuzzylime, gives all the information you will need to find out more. Simply click on the ‘get in touch’ page and you will find the contact details for Lauren, our young women’s support worker, who will be happy to help you with all support related queries. If you are looking for more information about our interactive and dynamic workshops you will find all the contact information on this page for our prevention worker, Paula, who will be more than happy to have a chat with you about what the project can offer.
We would welcome your feedback about our new website; why not tell us what you think? We are always looking to improve our service for young people so any comments or suggestions are also welcome. This is your website. Help us make a difference to young people’s lives.