MAP staff have many years’ experience working within their respective fields in the arts and engaging young people who present a range of issues, from persistent non-attendance to emotional and behavioural disorders.
Our staff know the importance of investing time in setting up good channels of communication, as it repeatedly yields results in many aspects of a young person’s development. MAP can support the referring agency in this communications role, from maintaining links with parents, carers and family, right through to organisations such as the youth offending service and social services.
MAP is governed by a Board of Trustees made up of volunteers with a wide breadth of backgrounds and expertise. Find out more by downloading information on our Trustees here.
Volunteer at MAP
We always welcome volunteers and new collaborative opportunities; for further enquiries, please get in touch.