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Provides individual and group work, advocacy, respite, working in schools and specialist programmes for young carers of families with drug and addiction problems.
Offers people affected by depression the opportunity for confidential local support, contact with others in a similar situation and the opportunity to explore positive ways of coping with depression.
Works to improve the lives of people in later life. Provides community support and a helpline.
Provision of general information, AA meeting information, contact with professional community, the facilitation of AA groups throughout Scotland and a 24-hour helpline giving support for problem drinkers to attend AA.
Alzheimer Scotland helps people with dementia, their carers and families. Our members include carers, relatives, people with dementia, professionals, groups and organisations.
Confidential Telephone Helpline.
Self-help and support in a group setting, focusing on breathing techniques, coping with panic attacks, dealing with phobias, challenging negative thinking and also relaxation and visualisation techniques.
Provides support to mothers suffering from post-natal illness, increasing public awareness of the illness and encouraging research into its cause and nature.