Families Outside is the only national charity in Scotland that works solely to support the families of people affected by imprisonment. They work to mitigate the effects of imprisonment on children and families – and consequently to reduce the likelihood of reoffending – through support and information for families and for the people who work with them. Telephone :
0800 254 0088 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : www.familiesoutside.org.uk/
PAMIS is a national organisation and provides support to families across Scotland. They have five Family Support Service Directors with responsibility for a particular local area: Tayside, Fife, Grampian, Greater Glasgow & Clyde and South Lanarkshire. PAMIS provides support, workshops, advocacy, newsletters etc. for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, their family and carers and interested professionals.
Through the Family Support Service Directors, people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and their family carers can access all PAMIS services and resources.
In the areas where there is currently no designated Family Support Service, their engagement is through our national projects and our information service. They are keen to work with all families and will pursue partnerships with all Health and Social Care Boards as part of the PAMIS 10 Year Strategy. Telephone :
01382 385154 Email : email@example.com Web Address : www.pamis.org.uk
Scottish ADHD Coalition
Scottish ADHD Coalition aims to raise awareness of ADHD and of the voluntary support groups available to parents and people with ADHD across Scotland and build the capacity of leaders of voluntary ADHD groups to run effective, sustainable support in their local areas by sharing ideas, resources and encouragement between groups.
They cannot respond to direct enquiries - for help and support check the local support group section on their website. Email : https://www.scottishadhdcoalition.org/contact-us/ Web Address : https://www.scottishadhdcoalition.org/
Childrens Hospice Association Scotland
CHAS is a charity that provides the hospice services in Scotland for children and young people who have life-shortening conditions for which there is no known cure. CHAS runs two children’s hospices, Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch, and a home care service called CHAS at Home. Telephone :
0131 444 1900 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : www.chas.org.uk/
Children 1st National Kinship Care Service
The national Kinship Care service provides information, advice and support just for those raising a child who can no longer live with their parents. Telephone :
0800 028 2233 Email : email@example.com Web Address : www.children1st.org.uk
respectme – Scotland’s Anti-Bullying Service
respectme works with all adults involved in the lives of children and young people to give them the practical skills and confidence to deal with children who are bullied and those who bully others.They aim to build the capacity of these adults to effect change and challenge bullying and stigma at an individual, school, family, community and societal level. They also campaign at a national level to raise awareness of the service and the impact that bullying can have. Telephone :
0844 800 8600 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : www.respectme.org.uk
Diabetes UK Scotland Careline
The careline provides specialist information and advice on all aspects of living with diabetes. Advisors are available to answer queries, provide support or just to talk to someone who knows diabetes.
Call 0141 212 8710, Monday–Friday, 9am–6pm
Email email@example.com Telephone :
0141 212 8710 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : www.diabetes.org.uk/In_Your_Area/Scotland/
SCILL – Supporting Children in Learning for Life
SCILL provides information and support to help parents/carers and teaching/health professionals in their task of supporting children with additional support needs
AIMS to: increase awareness and understanding of various learning difficulties and their impact on children's progress; provide opportunities to share knowledge, information and experience; bring together and support parents and carers of such children; and,highlight strategies which help to remove the barriers to learning. Telephone :
0791 332 6816 Email : email@example.com Web Address : www.scill-deeside.co.uk/home
Scottish Council of Independent Schools – SCIS
The Scottish Council of Independent Schools (SCIS) is an educational charity representing and promoting the interests of over 70 independent schools across the country. SCIS promotes choice, diversity and excellence in Scottish education. Their role is to provide parents with impartial information, advice and guidance, as well as keeping independent schools abreast of educational developments, training opportunities and legislative change. Telephone :
0131 556 2316 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : www.scis.org.uk
The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. We are here to help you take on any challenge you’re facing - from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs. Talk to us via online, social or our free, confidential helpline. Telephone :
0808 808 4994 - free Email : http://www.themix.org.uk/about-us/contact-us Web Address : www.themix.org.uk