The Haven - What's On


Drop In Sessions

We run drop in sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. You are welcome to come along and spend time with the team, chatting, play games, taking part in activities or whatever works for you. No appointment necessary. Make a self-referral by filling in this form.

Teen Hour

Teen Hour runs on Wednesday and Friday evenings. It is for young people aged 12+ and can be accessed unaccompanied by an adult. Young people are welcome to take part in our activities and discussions.

‘By Your Side’ Parent Peer Support Group

Our Parent Peer Support Group meets every Monday at 1pm to bring people together who share similar experiences. We will also meet with organisations within the community who may be able to offer you additional support outwith The Haven.

Upcoming events

Keep an eye on upcoming events at the Haven, as well as other events elsewhere that the team would like you to know about.

One to One Sessions

1:1 Young Person/Keyworker Appointments

1:1 30 minute appointments are available for any young person who would like to talk over any concerns or worries that they have with an appointed keyworker. This will give the keyworker and young person an opportunity to look over and work through The Haven changemaker, consider the goals they would like to achieve from attending the Haven and build on being able to reach their full potential.

1:1 Parent Support Appointments

1:1 30 minute appointments are available with our Parent Support Worker. These appointments can be face to face within The Haven or online.

Both Young Person/Keyworker and Parent Support Appointments can be made by speaking to any member of the team to arrange a suitable day and time.

Further help

Online Safety - NSPCC

Online Safety - NSPCC

Advice to help you learn about staying safe online as a family.

Sleep Action Scotland

Sleep Action Scotland

The leading provider of sleep support, training and resources in the UK, promoting healthy sleep for everyone.

Salveson Mindroom Post Diagnostic Support

Salveson Mindroom Post Diagnostic Support

Aimed at children and young people up to the age of 18 living in East Lothian who have received a neurodevelopmental diagnosis or who identify as neurodivergent.

YoungMinds' Parent Helpline

YoungMinds' Parent Helpline

Access the free parents helpline by calling 0808 802 5544 or click here to visit YoungMinds' website.

If you live within the catchment area for Ross High School and/or are registered with Tranent Medical Practice and need support, please get in touch. Email thehaven@echcharity.org, call 0131 202 9212 or click below to fill in the contact form.