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Results For 'Cumbernauld'

Action For Children North Lanarkshire »

Provides individual and group work, advocacy, respite, working in schools and specialist programmes for young carers of families with drug and addiction problems.

Alzheimer Scotland »

Alzheimer Scotland helps people with dementia, their carers and families. Our members include carers, relatives, people with dementia, professionals, groups and organisations.

Barnardo's Axis Lanarkshire Service »

Axis Lanarkshire is a service commissioned by the Lanarkshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership. The service is for young people aged 16 - 18 years old living in North or South Lanarkshire who are affected by their own or someone else's substance misuse and other related complex issues.

Black Street »

24 hour supported accommodation for vulnerable men.

Bridgework  »

Home support for people who are homeless and have an addiction. Rehabilitation in order to increase skills to manage their own tenancy.

Caird House »

Residential care centre for adults with complex mental health needs.

Caldercruix Youth and Community Development Project »

A community project for all residents in and around the Caldercruix area.

Care and Repair North Lanarkshire »

Provide help to people over 65 years old within their local community to maintain their home.

Carer Liaison and Support Project (CLASP) »

To help carers including those who support their relatives, friends, or neighbours suffering from a mental health problem, physical disability, long-term illness or learning disability.

Carers Information Line  »

Free, confidential phone line for people who look after someone, feel isolated and need practical help.

Carewatch North Lanarkshire »

Carewatch North Lanarkshire offers a range of services designed to help people maintain and retain, independence, dignity and security, in their own homes.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) »

A specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) for young people (aged up until their 16th birthday) and their families.

Citizens Advice Bureau »

General advice, money advice, welfare rights, housing advice and money guide also available.

Communities of Recovery Lanarkshire  »

From our office base in Coatbridge, we recruit, train and support groups of volunteer Peer Supporters to work with other people in recovery across Lanarkshire.

Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT) »

Community Mental Health Teams are the hub for community mental health services provided by NHS Lanarkshire and North and South Lanarkshire Councils.

Community Mental Health Teams Older People (CMHTOP) »

Community Mental Health Teams are the hub for community mental health services provide by NHS Lanarkshire and North and South Lanarkshire Councils for older people.

Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland »

Cruse provides bereavement counselling support; friendship group for bereaved people; newly bereaved support group; and advice and information.

Cumbernauld Action for Care of the Elderly (CACE) »

The project aims to reduce social isolation and depression and promote community involvement through learning new skills and increasing self-esteem.

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth Unemployed Workers Centre »

Information and advice on benefits, housing, debt, employment law, social security and representation.

Cumbernauld College »

Provides careers advice, student welfare service, financial & benefits advice, personal counselling, learning support, progression guidance, childcare support, transport, accommodation & counselling services.

Cumbernauld YMCA »

Housing support and supported accommodation for vulnerable and homeless people from 16-25 years old. Childcare support for 5 - 16 years old.

Equals Advocacy Partnership: Older People »

Independent professional advocacy for Older Adults in North Lanarkshire.

EVA Services »

Women who have experienced abuse at any time in their life.

Expeerience Counts »

Expeerience Counts is a peer support service. It could benefit you if you are over 16, living in North Lanarkshire, experiencing or recovering from a mental health problem and you are facing challenges or struggling to achieve personal outcomes. Peer Support Workers will create an environment which empowers people and supports them to take control of their recovery. Through their work with individuals, Peer Support Workers will help people to identify their strengths, to understand their challenges and explore what they find useful and what causes them difficulty. Peer Support Workers will support people to develop their own, individualised, Recovery Action Plans and work towards personal goals over a course or around 6 months.

Family Information Service »

This web-based service and telephone helpline provides information on all aspects of choosing childcare, including contact details for all local childcare services. Also provide details of other services offered by North Lanarkshire Council, by the Early Years and Childcare Team and by other relevant organisations.

First Step Counselling »

First Step is a voluntary service working in the community, providing counselling, stress management and group work sessions on a range of issues affecting health and well-being. A friendly environment where people experiencing problems can talk in a safe and confidential environment with a trained counsellor on many different issues.

First Stop Shop »

First point of contact for housing, rent enquiries, allocations, council tax enquiries.

Getting Better Together »

Healthy Living information and advice, citizen advice, OT groups, family planning advice and general health promotion information.

Glenorchy / Nevis Unit »

Admission and assessment for older adults with cognitive and functional mental health problems.

Harm Reduction »

Through joint working the team offer clean injecting equipment to injecting drug users from fixed site needle exchanges and pharmacy outlets.

Health and Well-being Project (YMCA) »

Health and well-being project aimed at young people.

Healthy Happy Humans »

A voluntary organisation who are funded to support families to access healthy living choices, with particular emphasis on weight management.

Houldsworth Court »

Home support for people who are homeless and have alcohol or substance dependency or have a chaotic lifestyle.

In Care Survivors Service Scotland »

A trauma informed counselling and advocacy support service for adults who suffered childhood abuse in care and their families.

Integrated Equipment, Adaption, and Disability Information Service  »

It provides equipment and adaptations and a disability information service which includes the making life easier service.

Lanarkshire Association for Mental Health North »

Short term individual support to adults across North Lanarkshire who are experiencing a significant deterioration in their mental health.

Lanarkshire Links »

Membership organisation that supports mental health service users and carers to be involved in planning, development, monitoring and evaluation of mental health services across Lanarkshire.

Lanarkshire Youth Counselling Service (LYCS) »

One to one therapeutic counselling services for young people on a wide range of issues.

Lead Scotland »

Lead Scotland (Specialists in Linking Education and Disability) is a charity that enables disabled adults and carers to access inclusive learning opportunities

Loretto Care »

The service is registered with the Care Commission and provides Housing Support and Care at Home services to individuals living throughout the local authority area who have experienced mental health difficulties.

Mental Health Issues Group »

Independent user led groups to discuss local mental health issues with links to local planning.

Meridian Drug and Alcohol Service »

One to One counselling for alcohol problems. Support to individuals and families.

Monklands Hospital Ward 24 »

In-patient care for patients from the Monklands/Cumbernauld locality who are experiencing varying degrees of mental illness and who require support from a 24 hour nursing service.

Monklands Hospital Ward 25 »

In-patient care for patients from the Monklands/Cumbernauld locality who are experiencing varying degrees of mental illness and who require support from a 24 hour nursing service.

Neighbourhood Networks »

Neighbourhood Networks provides support to people with mental health issues, visual impairment, and some people with physical disabilities.

North Lanarkshire Council Money Advice Service »

Money advice, debt counselling, financial information and assistance.

North Lanarkshire Disability Forum »

Independent advice and information for people with disabilities in North Lanarkshire. North Lanarkshire Disability Forum is a voluntary organisation run by and for people with disabilities and their carers, giving a wide range of information on Community Services, Housing, Health, Transport, Benefits and Citizen and Professional Advocacy. We are a representative body for all people with disabilities and their carers.

Integrated Addictions Service »

One to one counselling, group work and self help for people with addiction problems.

Out of Hours Support  »

If you need urgent support out with your GP surgery hours.

Patients Advocacy Service »

Independent and volunteer professional advocacy for residents of the State Hospital.

Penumbra  »

Penumbra is an innovative Scottish mental health charity, working to improve mental wellbeing across the nation. We provide a wide range of services which offer hope and practical steps towards recovery. Penumbra campaigns to influence national and local government policy and to increase public knowledge and understanding about mental ill health.

Psychological Therapies »

The Locality Psychological Therapies Team (LPPT) provide a one door access to psychological assessment.

Reach Out Team »

Provide and coordinate support to children and young people (up tp 16 years old) whose lives are affected by the mental ill health of their carers or other close family/friends.

Remploy Ltd Airdrie »

Those with health conditions and/or disabilities and are looking to move into employment either for the first time or after a period of unemployment.

Social Work Resources  »

Services provided by the Area Offices cover: Children & Family Services, Criminal Justice Service & Community Care Services (inc. home support, Occupational Therapy, and residential care & respite).

Talk Depression »

A peer support voluntary organisation to help people with depression.

The Advocacy Project (North Lanarkshire) »

Advocacy Services people with learning disabilities and/or support needs.

The Richmond Fellowship Scotland »

Planned support to clients over a 7 day evening/weekend period; home support; emotional support and practical support to assist the individual to continue living at home.

Therapy4Health »

Complementary and Alternative Medicine, health improvement and wellbeing, therapeutic massage, homoeopathic medicine, herbs, reflexology, aromatherapy, hypnosis, NLP,workshops, meetings, events, one to one help and connecting with therapeutic touch.

Tier 3 Eating Disorder Specialist Service (TESS) »

The Tier 3 Eating Disorder Specialist Service (T.E.S.S) provides a lanarkshire wide specialist service to people requiring community based treatment for eating disorders. The team provide assessment and care of the medical, nursing, dietetic and occupational therapy needs of those who suffer from eating disorders.

Victim Support  »

Practical and emotional support for anyone affected by crime. Help includes insurance and criminal injuries compensation claims as well as support with anxiety/trauma for victims of crime.

Voice of Experience Forum  »

The Voice of Experience Forum is an independent recognised charity working throughout North Lanarkshire to ensure that older people’s voices are being heard. Voice of Experience Forum work in partnership with a number of organisations such as North Lanarkshire Council, NHS Lanarkshire, The Pension Service, Age Concern Scotland etc to ensure that the views and opinions of older people in North Lanarkshire are being heard.

Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire »

Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire is a local development agency for volunteers and volunteer-engaging organisations in the towns of Airdrie, Bellshill, Coatbridge, Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Motherwell, Shotts, Wishaw and surrounding areas. It aims to develop the capacity of both volunteers and volunteer-engaging organisations through the provision of a wide range of services, including exciting and relevant volunteering and training opportunities.

Well-informed »

Provides a relaxed and informal resource for people enquiring about mental health issues and the support that is available locally.

Wishaw General Ward 1 »

In-patient care for patients from the Motherwell/Clydesdale locality who are experiencing varying degrees of mental illness and who require support from a 24 hour nursing service.

Wishaw General Ward 2 »

In-patient care for patients from the Motherwell/Clydesdale locality who are experiencing varying degrees of mental illness and who require support from a 24 hour nursing service.

Women's Aid  »

Information, support and temporary refuge accommodation to women and their children who have been physically, mentally and/or sexually abused by their partner.

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