St Andrew's Family Support Project

St Andrew's Family Support Project

Our Aim

It is our aim to encourage and support young parents, 21 years and under, and their children, as individuals and in families, to overcome the difficulties they may face, to develop their self esteem, to build their confidence, to promote their own learning abilities, to share their life skills, and to promote their own well-being, mentally, spiritually, and physically.

We do this by supporting parents to develop positive interactions and play skills with their children
Children are valued as individuals and that their parents are empowered to promote the well-being of their children, mentally, spiritually and physically, including access to services and statutory support if needed.

Families are able to learn through interaction, such as play, art, craft, cookery, expressive arts, music etc and have enriched lives through those experiences.

Parents and their children, who attend the project are helped to recognise their full potential as individuals and become valued and accepted contributors to the community.


Those able to move to employment, education or other volunteering opportunities are supported to do so.  Those able to move from receiving supporting the project to giving support as parent-volunteers are enabled to do so.

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If you would like further information on the St. Andrews Family Support Project please contact:

St Andrews Family Support Project,
St Andrews Parish Church,
2 King Street, Dundee,
Telephone - 01382 200466