About Us

Highland Children and Young People's Forum is a Scottish Charitable Organisation, Charity Number SCO49417

Our Aim is:

To advance human rights, promote equality and diversity and relieve those in need by contributing to towards the provision of highest possible standards of services in Highlands for the benefit of children and young people with additional support needs

If you would like to get involved with Highland Children and Young People's Forum, please complete our HCYPF Membership Form

HCYPF constitution

HCYPF Privacy Statement

HCYPF Complaints and Whistle Blowing Policy and Procedure

Highland Children and Young People's Forum's is a participation organisation with children and young people experiencing challenges, under the title "Inspire Highland", leading and enabling the work of the Forum in promoting meaningful participaiton of children and young people across services in Highland. 

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Highland Children's Forum Privacy Statement

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About Highland Children and Young People's Forum

Highland Children and Young People's Forum is a registered charity, created by the parent carers of children with additional support needs. The Forum aims to ensure that the voices of children and young people with additional support needs are heard in the design and provision of services in Highland.

Highland Children and Young People's Forum is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, charity number: SCO49417.

Contact Us

Highland Children and Young People's Forum

9 Carsegate Road North, Inverness IV3 8DU Scotland

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