Working as a GP in one of Edinburgh’s most socially deprived areas, Carey believes her key role is being an advocate for her patients.
Jess and her team provide round-the-clock care to people who are in crisis.
Jordan works with young people who have experienced trauma.
As the Head Teacher of Dalmarnock Primary School for the past 9 years, Nancy has seen the area change beyond recognition.
Ross works with young people who have been involved with the justice system.
PC Kerrigan discusses the side of policing that the public don’t see.
Sheriff Martin-Brown was appointed as a summary sheriff in Tayside, Central and Fife in 2016.
Natalie is a non-nonsense, passionate Mentor who supports people with complex needs and trauma.
Kevin reflects on being a victim of assault and his journey to find his voice, again.
Malky tells his story from chaos, addiction and his darkest moment to recovery, repair and redemption.
Expelled from school at 13, and in and out of the justice system, Jenny took her second chance and changed her life for the better.
Morag made a mistake – but fought her own shame and other’s judgement to find peace and contentment.
For years, no one saw Lucy as Lucy. It was ‘Lucy the junkie’. She’s now an award-winning student embracing life as a scholar and a grandma!
For Kirstie, growing up was pretty hard. Unsupported and in a toxic relationship, frustration and violence took over her life.
With the fishing industry in decline, the symbolism of a scrapping a local relic was unthinkable to the Burghead community.
How drugs took over a young lad’s life. He was arrested, alone and sentenced to a second chance.
Set in the coastal town of Dunbar in East Lothian, this story explores why giving up booze is only half the battle.