Barnardos Dundee Child & Family Support Service works in partnership with children, young people and their families, who experience a range of additional support needs, including disability, providing a holistic range of supports to promote wellbeing, safety and inclusion.
An interactive website for anonymous and confidential health related questions, answered honestly and correctly. Offers reassurance, encouragement, information and advice on any health related issue as well as signposting to appropriate services.
App which provides signposting to useful local services for mental health support, food provision, addiction and recovery support, harm reduction, health and wellbeing, rehabilitation, peer support, as well as family and carer support.
This service is available to anyone aged 16+ registered with a Tayside GP Practice via both staff-initiated and self-referrals.
Fully trained volunteer listeners provide 50-minute confidential appointments on the phone or within your GP practice for talking about grief/loss, challenging relationships, stress, work illness, caring responsibilities etc.
Practical and emotional support for those experiencing self-harm. A safe, non-judgemental space to explore self-harming behaviours, and to manage and identify healthy coping strategies. Support for loved ones and carers too. Third party or self-referral
Penumbra’s Nova Project offers practical and emotional support for people experiencing mental health challenges, including self-harm or thoughts of suicide. Support is offered on a one-to-one basis for a fixed period of time, using recovery tools to develop skills and strategies to help you maintain good wellbeing, and to connect into meaningful community resources. Third-party or self referral.
Non-clinical advice and support to improve health and wellbeing for people affected by social or environmental issues such as feeling alone, a lack of support, poor housing, or debt. Help to access local activities.
Can be accessed by phoning your GP and asking for an appointment with the Primary Care Link Worker’
24 hours every day
A free, anonymous, digital mental wellbeing service, available to Tayside residents aged 16 and over providing practical wellbeing tools and resources.
There is peer support which is monitored and moderated by licensed mental health practitioners.
Citizens Advice Bureau is involved in many projects across Dundee and Scotland. Their projects are designed to help us assist you with any problems you have ranging from debt management to assistance with court actions and leaving the armed services.
Provides support to adults, including those who have mental health challenges, use their voice to make decisions about their lives and wellbeing, ensuring that they are treated with dignity and respect throughout the process.
Promoting and supporting local community and voluntary action, ensuring the continuation and development of a vibrant third sector in Dundee. Support for charities, community groups, or voluntary organisations, or people looking to get involved in their local community.
A free Peer Support Group for women aged over 18 years. It offers safe, confidential space to receive and give support through the power of conversation. This is a national organisation that has local groups led by volunteer facilitators. There is no referral you just go along.
Address: The Neuk, St Pauls Square, Perth PH1 5QW.