The Richmond Fellowship Scotland

The Richmond Fellowship Offers: 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; day activities; assistance for individuals to access local leisure, social, educational, employment opportunities; Information provision; deal with mental health issues, local services and national organisations.

1 Cambuslang and Rutherglen

AddressThe Richmond Fellowship Scotland, 9 Sheriff Park Ave, Rutherglen, Glasgow, South Lanarkshire, G73 2QH
Telephone0141 579 8042
Email:ldunnachie@trfs.org.uk
Contact Name:Lynn Dunnachie
Contact Designation:Senior Support Worker
Opening Hours:24hrs
Services Provided:Care Home for Mental Health.
Disabled Access:Yes
Disabled Facilities:No
Age Groups:18-65
Method of Referral:Social Work
Website:http://www.trfs.org.uk/

2 National Services

Address3 Buchanan Gate Buchanan Gate Business Park Cumbernauld Road Stepps North Lanarkshire G33 6FB
Telephone0845 013 6300
Fax0845 013 6399
Email:info@trfs.org.uk
Services Provided:The Richmond Fellowship Offers: 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; day activities; assistance for individuals to access local leisure, social, educational, employment opportunities; Information provision; deal with mental health issues, local services and national organisations.
Who is it for:Adults with severe and enduring mental illness
Method of Referral:Please contact the individual regions accordingly
Website:http://www.trfs.org.uk

3 Wishaw

AddressUnit 2 Pickering House Netherton Road Wishaw ML2 8BQ
Telephone07753 720 187
Fax01698 375 780
Email:amhunter@trfs.org.uk
Contact Name:Anne Marie Hunter
Contact Designation:Senior Support Worker
Opening Hours:Anne Marie works Monday - Friday while the service operates over 7 days
Services Provided:Support with all aspects of living at home and connecting and contributing to the local community (No support to manage daily finances, due to nature of service). Drop in runs on Tuesday and Thursday at Chryston.
Who is it for: Adults who have severe and enduring mental health difficulties, who live in the Chryston, Moodiesburn, Stepps, Mount Ellen and Gartcosh areas.
Age Groups:18 - 65 years old
Method of Referral:Self-referral
Website:http://www.trfs.org.uk
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