Monday to Friday 10am to 10pm Freephone Crisis line
They offer crisis support to any young person aged 12 to 18 years who is at risk with their mental health. This includes those who are at risk of suicide or self-injury or are in emotional distress/crisis. They also offer family support for any parents/brother or sister/carer etc. of young people accessing the service.
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.
They provide services including counselling, peer support and group courses that help you to understand and manage your mental health. All services are free and open to anyone who feels they need support with their daily wellbeing. Services are available for children, young people and adults.
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.
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.
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.
Perth and Kinross Citizens Advice Bureau – 0808 196 9440 (Freephone)
10am to 3pm Monday to Friday
This is a national organisation with a local branch. They offer support, advice and signposting on a range of issues including finance, legal, health, immigration, housing, benefits, debt and family issues including bereavement.
National Helpline - Rape Crisis Scotland (6pm to midnight) – 08088 01 03 02
Free and confidential support for women (18 plus) and young people (aged 12 – 18) who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives. Support and information is also available to family members, partners and friends.
They aim to reduce social isolation and exclusion whilst improving knowledge and confidence. They work with adults who are disadvantaged because of challenging circumstances, for example: mental health, substance use, imprisonment, unemployment and community service orders.
They work to provide greater opportunities through activities, events, raising awareness and developing new skills. Their website has details of a range of groups and organisations that support and offer opportunities for LGBT+ people.
This is a Tayside organisation that has a range of services in Perth and Kinross. This includes support, information, advice and counselling services for those concerned about their own or another person’s alcohol use.
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.