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Caithness Klics                      

Caithness KLICS is the only dedicated young carers project in Caithness and our aims are to support young people under the age of 18 years old who have a caring role at home. These young people can find themselves caring or supporting a parent with a long or short term illness or who may have drug alcohol or mental health issues. They could also be helping support a sibling. We aim to support these young people through one to one support, group activities and by working with the schools to ensure they reach the same potential as their peers.

We will support and encourage the youngsters to become more confident and build self esteem so they can empower their own lives to be able to make their own decisions for their futures.

We will have respite breaks where they can relax and enjoy being what they are CHILDREN.

We can offer One to One support or we have a drop in at our New KLICS  Centre "Old Norlin Playgroup, Macleod Road Wick"


Drop in Group Sessions   Monday Wick Teenage Group (KLICS) 3.30-5.30pm

                                     Monday Thurso Mixed  Group eshed 3.30-5pm

                                     Tuesday Wick Boys Group (KLICS)  3.30-5pm

                                     Thursday Wick Girls Group (KLICS) 3.30-5pm

                                     Friday Teenage chill out 12.30-2pm (KLICS) Wick &Thurso

                                     Friday Teenage Chill Out 12.30-2pm Thurso Ormlie                                                  Community Assosiation (Teens 1st to 5th year 12.30-2.30)

                                    16-18 years 2-3pm (Ormlie)  




Contact us @ caithnessklics@outlook.com    

Wendy on 07759231340 / 01955604500


We also hold a Weekly  Lunch Time drop in at

Wick High School on Wednesday & Thurso High School on a Tuesday

We also cover Rural schools weekly for a lunch time support session.


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