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I would be lost without gateway’s support.

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Just what I needed until I got back on my feet.

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Gateway helped give me back my independence.

Atchcournie

Gateway opened Atchcournie in Inverness in March 2008 as a means of providing support and shelter for homeless clients dealing with alcohol and / or drug related problems.

Residents in Atchcournie are often unable to access mainstream services due to difficulties in abstaining from alcohol or substance misuse. This can result in erratic behaviour leading to marginalisation, social exclusion and homelessness. Atchcournie addresses all of these issues.

Atchcournie provides 15 self-contained flats for vulnerable individuals. All Service Users are provided with 24 hour support and benefit from tailored support programmes provided by our highly trained support workers.

Gateway and Atchcournie management are committed to providing safe havens for the vulnerable and at Atchcournie provide a secure environment in which to develop opportunities to address longstanding problems that have resulted in lost tenancies and homelessness.

Closely related to the work at Atchcournie, is Gateway’s Outreach Services that are aimed at preventing Service Usersfrom becoming homeless through the provision of ongoing support and guidance within communities. As a result of Gateway’s tolerant and controlled approach we have been able to assist many clients to stabilise their lives and to obtain independent tenancies.

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