Thriving Transitions (Youth 2000 Project (Y2K))

Who is this for?

  • Young adults from 16-21, living in Midlothian.

Who provides this?

  • Youth 2000 Project (Y2K)


Thriving Transitions offers a safe, inclusive space to spend time, have fun, take part in a range of activities, access advice and develop important skills for life that are required for a positive transition into greater independence. There will be a free, hot meal on offer each week for those who come along. Attendees will be able to build their support networks and meet with other like-minded people, within a supportive, informal environment. The project is run by trained youth workers, with volunteers occasionally helping.

This project is free to attend, and young adults can come on Monday anytime from 6-8pm. On their first visit to us, we have a short membership form to fill out. If anyone would like to arrange a time to visit the project or contact us to find out more before attending, they can do so by phone or email.

Is there a cost?


Location Information

The project is located on Bogwood Road, Mayfield. The building is fully accessible.

Opening times

Thriving Transitions is open from 6-8pm on Monday nights. It is a drop-in, meaning that young adults can arrive at anytime during this window.

Contact Details

Youth 2000 Project (Y2K)
2B Bogwood Road, Mayfield, Dalkeith, Midlothian, EH22 5DY

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Types of support on offer:

Information and advice
Support in person

Type of services on offer:

Healthy living
Housing, benefits, debt
Learning, employability, volunteering

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