The article proposes to introduce work that is still in an experimental stage, carried out with young people from the second migrant generation that live on the territory, and that aims at creating a support network among the social actors that are actively involved. Starting from a hypothetical journey, we operators have abandoned our known lands, and have faced the threat of our own identity and that of others. Stripped of our certainties and methodologies, implementing this writing has thus allowed us to visit those unknown places, so as to be able to meet others and their inner groups beginning from our own. Presenting readers with a second migrant generation experience by narrating the life stories of three adolescents who turned to the service has allowed to share the difficulties we ourselves must face, relating them to those social and political macro-systems that connote the reality in which we find ourselves operating. Key words: second migrant generation, adolescence, territoriality and working in a network.