Aberdeen Carers Support Service
Do you look after a friend or family member who is unable to care for themselves? If so, you are a carer and we can help. This service is run by social care charity Quarriers.
37 Albert Street, Aberdeen
Aberdeen Sands (Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity)
A local support group that provides help, advice and support to families following the loss of a baby. The group hold monthly support meetings and also a next pregnancy meeting. Group is run by volunteers all bereaved parents.
Po Box 12113 Aberdeen
Aberdeen Alopecia UK is a local support group for people affected by alopecia. We have a variety of meetings across the year offering support, information and advice. Previous activities have included, walks, informal meetings, specialist events/ speakers, with lots more to come!
PO Box 341, Shipley
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Cairns Counselling aims to empower disadvantaged adults experiencing mental health difficulties to improve their mental health and quality of their lives by providing professional counselling by voluntary donation to remove affordability as a barrier to accessing vital mental health support.
Migvie House, Ground Floor West, 23 North Silver Street, ABERDEEN
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Cammach Bryant Ltd
We specialise in recruitment for all levels of permanent, temporary and contract positions. We also headhunt individuals for key roles within the global energy sector.
70 Queens Rd
Charlie House is a local children's charity that aims to improve the quality of life for babies, children and young people in the North East of Scotland who have life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and provide support to their families. Established in 2011, Charlie House provides activities and projects that enable families to gain confidence, engage socially, enjoy activities together, meet others in a similar situation, share information and get emotional and practical support when they need it most.
38 Albyn Place
CHAS - Children's Hospices Across Scotland
We’re Children’s Hospices Across Scotland. But most people know us as CHAS. For over twenty years we’ve been offering a full family support service for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions. This includes palliative care, family respite and support – through our hospices, homecare services and hospital presence.
(Head Office) Canal Court, 42 Craiglockhart Avenue, Edinburgh
Our Fit Like? Aberdeen hubs are a group of services in Northfield, Balgownie, and Kincorth working together with children and their families throughout the city. Across Aberdeen we are seeing significant numbers of young children disengaged from education and unable to leave home due to feelings of anxiety as well as a huge increase in the number of children and young people referred to Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) . We help families to identify their strengths and work with them at their pace to build on these. Reducing the likelihood of these needs escalating, it minimises the distress and disruption experienced by children and helps the whole family to recover from their experiences. We make it easy for families to reach out for support that feels non-stigmatising and non-threatening with drop-in Saturday sessions, supper clubs and holiday programmes with an outdoor focus to give them an easy and unstructured way to get to know us. By building trust together, families feel more comfortable reaching out to us for support and we can respond with additional help at the first sign of distress.
Manor Park Community Centre
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Dates-n-Mates is Scotland's first friendship and dating project run by and for people with learning disabilities. There are four branches across Scotland with the Aberdeen branch launching in 2015. We provide a variety of social activities, events and opportunities for people with learning disabilities to make meaningful connections across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Our work is underpinned by a human rights based approach. We believe it is people’s right to live life free of discrimination and to develop friendships and relationships of their choosing, to love and be loved. Influenced by our members preferences, we organise social events where there are opportunities for new friendships and connections to be created. We facilitate friendship matching, date chaperoning and training workshops. Our workshops aim to enhance our member’s knowledge, confidence and wellbeing. Each branch has a paid Director with lived experience of learning disability themselves. Members and Directors influence the direction of the organisation and the range of opportunities we offer. Anyone over 18 with a learning disability is eligible to become a member. Membership is £5 per month.
Dates-n-Mates Aberdeen PO Box 18106 ABERDEEN
Denis Law Legacy Trust
Denis Law Legacy Trust is a registered charity that operates and delivers a number of ‘free to access’ programmes and positive destination activities that enable young people to take part in and gain access to sport and other creative activities within their local communities. Through our flagship programme, Streetsport, we aim to reduce instances of youth crime and anti-social behaviour; promote health and wellbeing and encourage inclusivity through sport, physical activity and creative endeavour. SC 043169. Follow us on social media to check out what we're up to!
Denis Law Legacy Trust, RGU Sport, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen
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Dodgeball Aberdeen is a hub for players to meet, train and practice Dodgeball. The idea being that clubs can be formed via players playing regularly at DA sessions. Anyone interested in attending, can join our Spond group https://group.spond.com/HJWUT
Spain Park, Abbotswell Rd, Aberdeen
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Future Choices is a voluntary led Charity which aims to break down the social isolation barriers for adults with a physical disability and bring people together in a safe social setting to help improve their health & well being.
C/O ACVO, New, Jasmine House, Greenbank Pl, East Tullos Industrial Estate, Aberdeen