In this project we support young people (aged 15-29) from the West Pomeranian Province who are leaving or preparing to leave penitentiary institutions, Youth Centres of Sociotherapy, Youth Educational Centres or foster care. These people are at high risk of social exclusion. They do not have professional competences or so-called soft competences (social and personal skills), which makes it difficult for them to find their place in society. Within the project we provide these people with group and individual support to facilitate their successful social readaptation. Individual support includes legal assistance, vocational activation support as well as therapeutic and motivational support, including assistance in creating and implementing an individual action plan. As part of group support for the participants of the project, our partner, the ZASTOPUJ Foundation from Koszalin, conducts workshops on animation of free time and therapeutic meetings. In this project, we facilitate young people’s adaptation in society and protect them from returning to a criminal environment. The project also aims to prevent their social exclusion and marginalisation, as well as to prevent domestic violence. In this project, young people receive support that is limited in penitentiary institutions. We accompany them in discovering their potential and striving for change.