Walk & Talk is a one-on-one support service for young people aged between 14-24 across the North of Glasgow. The service is delivered to young people who are experiencing a wide range of challenges including loneliness, isolation, or mental health issues.

walkingandtalking1Coming out of the pandemic it was apparent that there was a large number of young people facing mental health and wellbeing issues with a lack of services to support them. These issues existed before lockdown, but it is apparent that these have been exacerbated during this time.

The structure of Walk & Talk is different to most youth work provision. Volunteers meet with a young person in a social, outdoor space such as a park, or similar, in the young person’s local area and have a chance to talk with them.




walkingandtalking2Walk & Talk is not a counselling service, but is a chance for young people to meet with a volunteer/staff member and discuss how they are coping at the moment. It also allows for the young person to discuss anything they are struggling with.

As well as Walk & Talk being a space where young people can express how they are feeling/coping it is a chance for volunteers/staff to offer support and guidance to encourage the young people to progress towards their aspirations and goals.

If you have any questions about the service or if you would like to refer a young person to the Walk & Talk program then please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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