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Service Community Recovery Service Age Group Adult
Name Andrea Fraser Location Aberdeenshire
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01467 620 582

Description coming soon...

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Unit18
Thainstone Business Centre
AB51 5TB
Aberdeenshire
andrea.fraser@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

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Service Harm Reduction Age Group Adult
Name Danny Kelly Location Dundee Cairn Centre
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200 532

The Cairn Centre Harm Reduction service in Dundee.

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Cairn Centre
12 Rattray Street
DD1 1NA
Dundee Cairn Centre
daniel.kelly@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

Services provided

The Cairn Centre Harm Reduction Service exists to provide the following:

  • Harm Reduction and Information
  • Overdose Information
  • Safer Injecting Practices
  • Issue of clean works
  • Disposal of returned used works
  • Access to nurse
  • Wound Care
  • Referral to other services for substance misuse assessment and treatment
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Sexual health information and advice
  • Free condoms
  • Information on Hep A/B immunisation
  • Hep C and HIV antibody testing

 

Your rights

As a user of this service you have the right to:

Be treated with respect as an individual

  • Confidentiality - Information help will be used for service monitoring and help give you the support you need. We will not share your information with others without your consent. Any information we hold on you will be kept securely.
  • You have the right to complain if you feel you have any concerns regarding the service.

 

Your responsibilities

As a user of this service it is your responsibility to

  • Treat staff and other service users with respect at all times
  • Safely return and dispose of your used works
  • Not to use or sell any drugs/alcohol on or near the premises
  • Behave appropriately to staff and other service users. Verbal or physical abuse, aggression or intimidation will not be tolerated.


Pharmacies operating needle exchange in Dundee

G.Jones, 181 Blackness Road, Dundee

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9am-5:30pm, Saturday 9am-12:30pm

Telephone: 01382 667175

Moss Chemist, 114 Whitfield Drive, Dundee

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9am-5:30pm, Saturday 9am-13.00pm

Telephone: 01382 501008

Moss Chemist, 43 Macalpine Road, Dundee

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9am-5:30pm, Saturday 9am-5.00pm

Telephone: 01382 826862

Moss Chemist, 94 Albert Street, Dundee

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 9am-6.00pm, Saturday 9am-5.00pm

Telephone: 01382 451287


Contact Details

Cairn Centre Harm Reduction Service,
The Cairn Centre,
12 Rattray Street,
Dundee,
DD1 1NA

Telephone: 01382 200532

Opening times: Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

 

Service Sexual Health & Relationships (Angus) Age Group Children & Young People
Name Fraser Mitchell Location Angus
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01307 460 101

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29 B Canmore Street
Forfar
DD8 3HT
Angus
fraser.mitchell@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

No information.

Service WEB (Angus) Age Group Children & Young People
Name Fraser Mitchell Location Angus
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01307 460101

Provide an opportunity for mediation and reparation between young people who commit offences and their victims.

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29 B Canmore Street
Forfar
DD8 3HT
Angus
fraser.mitchell@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

What is the Angus Restorative Justice Service?

The Angus Restorative Justice Service exists as part of the Angus Youth Justice Strategy. The service aims to provide an opportunity for mediation and reparation between young people who commit offences and their victims.

We receive referrals from The Children's Reporter, Tayside Police, Social Work Department, LMART and young people themselves.

Young people participate in the scheme on a voluntary basis, having accepted responsibility for their behaviour and wishing to make amends in some way.

Throughout the process, workers will engage with parents/carers to ensure the reinforcement of key messages.

The young person may complete a 6 or 12 week programme which include an offending behaviour programme, victim awareness, responsibility and citizenship, choices and consequences and anger management.

 

How can you become involved?

A worker will meet you to explain the service, ensure you're aware of the options available and find out if you want to participate.

If you do wish to be directly involved, and workers agree this is appropriate, you may have the opportunity to participate in a face to face meeting, accept a letter of apology and/or negotiate an appropriate reparative task for the young person to undertake, supported by the worker.

However, if you do not wish direct involvement in the process, the worker or a third party may represent your views to the young person on your behalf.

At the end of the process, the worker will send you a letter confirming the engagement of the young person in the programme and offering you a chance for any final communication with the worker before the case is closed.

 

Angus Restorative Justice Service.

For more information contact :

Laura Ogilvie, 01307 560101

The WEB Project,
29b Canmore Street,
Forfar,
DD8 3HT

Service Vice Versa Age Group -
Name Gail Robertson Location Dundee Cairn Centre
Position Drug Support Worker Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200 532

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Cairn Centre
12 Rattray Street
DD1 1NA
Dundee Cairn Centre
gail.robertson@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

No information.

Service CAIR Scotland Age Group Adult
Name Ingrid Hainey Location CAIR Scotland
Position Service Manager - Adult Services Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200532

CAIR Scotland currently offers intensive support programmes; harm reduction services including blood borne virus interventions; sexual health and relationships programmes; drug and alcohol interventions and education programmes; employment rehabilitation and throughcare and aftercare services to some of scotlands most chaotic and vulnerable young people and adults. We provide these services in partnership with Local Authorities and NHS boards.

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Cairn Centre
12 Rattray Street
DD1 1NA
CAIR Scotland
ingrid.hainey@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

About CAIR Scotland

CAIR Scotland are an organisation with 20 years experience in providing support for young people and adults, in different areas such as Needle Exchange/Harm Reduction, sexual health, substance misuse. We have services in Dundee, Angus, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Perth and Kinross.

Service Intensive Support & Monitoring Service Age Group Children & Young People
Name Jordan Wood Location Angus
Position Intensive Support Worker Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200 532

Working with young people who are at risk of being placed in secure accommodation.

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29 B Canmore Street
Forfar
DD8 3HT
Angus
jordan.wood@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

What is Intensive Support?

The Intensive Support Service is a way of working with young people who are at risk of being placed in secure accommodation to address their offending behaviour and keep you in their community.

The aim of the service is:

  • To reduce the offending behaviour they are involved in
  • To reduce the risks they place their self in whilst in the community
  • Working towards improving their quality of life and those who care for them
  • Promoting positive lifestyle choices and access to local services and activities in their community


What is Intensive Support Monitoring Service (ISMS)?

This is a package of support which will be delivered in partnership with Angus Social Work Department, Education and Health to allow you to work towards changing their offending and risk taking behaviour whilst staying in the community.

To achieve this it may be recommended that they are placed on a Movement Restriction Condition (MRC). You may know this to be called a tag. Alongside of this they will have support from CAIR Scotland to address their behaviour.


Things CAIR Scotland will offer:

  • One to one support
  • 24 hour helpline and face-to-face contact
  • Crisis support
  • Family contact and support
  • Support for Movement Restriction Conditions
  • Support to deal with offending and anti-social behaviour
  • Support to deal with substance misuse
  • Evening care and group work
  • Social and personal development
  • Support to school, training, further education and work
  • Mediation and restorative approaches
  • Diversionary support

 

For more information contact:

ISMS Co-ordinator 01382 200532

The Cairn Centre,
12 Rattrey Street,
Dundee,
DD1 1NA

Service Sexual Health & Relationships (Dundee) Age Group Children & Young People
Name Kirstie Howell Location Dundee
Position Sexual Health & Relationships Worker Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 458128

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South East Pavillion
Baxter Park
DD4 7HD
Dundee
kirstie.howell@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

No information.

Service Key to Change Age Group Children & Young People
Name Kirstie Howell Location Dundee
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 458 128

Positive lifestyle choices in order to reduce their drug/alcohol mis-use and/or associated risks.

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South East Pavillion
Baxter Park
DD4 7HD
Dundee
kirstie.howell@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

Our aim

Key to change supports young people to make positive lifestyle choices in order to reduce their drug/alcohol mis-use and/or associated risks. We recognise that young people have needs that are distinct from those of adults, and that an effective service needs to be tailor made to meet individual circumstances and goals.

 

What we Offer

  • An assessment, treatment and intervention service for young people 12-17 years living in Dundee, where concern has been identified with regard to their drug/alcohol use.
  • Personalised support packages, 'Plan for Change', designed to meet individual needs and goals.
  • Negotation of medical and clinical supervision with Tayside Health Board - Substance Misuse Service.
  • Provision of reports to Children's Hearings and Court and participation in case conferences, hearings and associates activities.
  • Liasion with a wide network of agencies to contribute to effective multi-agency working and co-ordination of service delivery.

We can also work as part of an exisiting support package or as the sole provider of the support.

 

It might be appropriate to refer a young person you know to Key to Change if:

  • They have been hospitilised due to alcohol/drug use.
  • They disclose that they are involved in drug/alcohol use on a regular basis.
  • They are increasingly being picked up by the police due to alcohol/drug use.
  • School, college or work is affected by their drug/alcohol use.


How to Refer

Call Key to Change to discuss refferal. We will ask for a basic background information on the young person, including the drug/alcohol use they have disclosed to you. Once you've returned the form the 'Process of Care' begins.

In some situations it may be more appropraite for you to support the young person to make a self referral to promote their independence. This is done using the same referral form.

Please ensure you discuss the referral with the young person before it is made and ensure you have their consent.


Who can Refer

We take referrals from any person who works with young people or families in statutory or voluntary agencies.

Parents, carers or concerned others, or the young persons' themselves can also refer.

If you are unsure whether the young persons' situation is suitable for a referral, please contact the service in order to discuss futher, without obligation.

Once an assessment is completed, Key to Change can determine whether the service is appropriate, if it is not we will try and assist you to make contact with a more appropriate agency.

Key to change is commissioned through Dundee City Council and funded through the Changing Children's Services Fund. Support from Key to Change is available to young people when they need it - daytime, evenings and weekends.


Key to Change - Model of Delivery

  1. Referral made to the service
  2. Initial Screening and Risk Assessment - as well as assessing substance misuse the risk assessment will include areas such as self harm, harm to others, personal safety/neglect to self/peer groups. Based on this rold of the K2C worker and their objectives will be areed with the referrer.
  3. Initial Screening - By K2C worker with a young person
  4. Referral Prioritised - By Gate Keeper (K2C Manager) and allocated to K2C worker if appropriate.
  5. Initial Meeting - Working agreement signed off by K2C worker and young person, outlining main goals and actions agreed.
  6. Comprehension Assessment - Completed by worker and young person.
  7. Assessment Feedback - Shared between worker and young person.
  8. Plan for Change - Issue and activities identified during assessment and transferred to 'Plan for Change' where tasks and goals are agreed by worker and young person.
  9. Review - The plan for Change will be formally reviewed with the young person, and referer if appropriate, every 3 month cycle or enter exit strategy.
  10. Exit Strategy - This includes specific relapse prevention and diversionary activities. For those 16 plus begin 3 months Transitional Plan to appropriate Adult Services, i.e ECLIPS.


Some questions to think about before making a referral to Key to Change

If in doubt...give us a call

  • Does the young person reside in Dundee or have strong links to Dundee; e.g. School?
  • Is the young person aged between 12-17?
  • Is the young person using drugs and/or alcohol on a regular basis?

The first three are non-negotiable, as young people must meet these criteria to be referred.

  • Does the young person's substance misuse interfere with family life?
  • Does the young person's substance misuse interfere with school life?
  • Does the young person's substance misuse interfere with physical health?
  • Does the young person's substance misuse interfere with mental well being?
  • Has the young person's substance misuse had any legal implications?
  • Is the young person concerned about their own substance misuse?
  • Is there a significant adult in the young person's life who is concerned about the substance misuse?
  • Has the young person been hospitilised due to alcohol/drug use?
  • Is the young person increasingly being picked up by the police due to alcohol/drug use?
  • Does the young person use substances alone?
  • Does the young person fund their drug use illegally? e.g. theft, prostitution etc.

If the young person meets a number of the other criteria they are suitable to be referred into Key to Change.

 

For more information contact :

Natalie Watson, Senior Practitioner.
Tel : 01382 458 128.

South East Pavillion,
Baxter Park,
Dundee, DD4 7HD.

k2c@cairscotland.org.uk

 

Service WEB (Dundee) Age Group Children & Young People
Name Kirstie Howell Location Dundee
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 458 128

Provides access to community based health services to all young people.

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South East Pavillion
Baxter Park
DD4 7HD
Dundee
kirstie.howell@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

The WEB Project

The WEB Project provides access to community based health services to all young people, aged 10-18, with particular focus on those who are: − looked after young people, (at home and in the community, including those in kinship care); − young offenders; and − those excluded from school. The project provides information and support to young people affected by their own drug and alcohol use, sexual ill health, including HIV/BBV, offending behaviours and associated related risk behaviours from the community base in Stobswell, Dundee.

Services, across Dundee, provided by The WEB Project include:

  • Screening of Sexual Health Needs and Substance Use
  • 1:1 Support • Sexual Health and Relationships Group Work (Thematic and Peer Groups)
  • Drug and Alcohol Group Work (Thematic and Peer Groups)
  • 'C' Card Registration and Distribution
  • Pre and Post Pregnancy Testing Counselling Support and support to access clinical services
  • Volunteer opportunities for young people and adults, including community placements

Service WEB (Dundee) Age Group Children & Young People
Name Kirstie Howell Location Dundee
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 458 128

Provides access to community based health services to all young people.

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South East Pavillion
Baxter Park
DD4 7HD
Dundee
kirstie.howell@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

The WEB Project

The WEB Project provides access to community based health services to all young people, aged 10-18, with particular focus on those who are: − looked after young people, (at home and in the community, including those in kinship care); − young offenders; and − those excluded from school. The project provides information and support to young people affected by their own drug and alcohol use, sexual ill health, including HIV/BBV, offending behaviours and associated related risk behaviours from the community base in Stobswell, Dundee.

Services, across Dundee, provided by The WEB Project include:

  • Screening of Sexual Health Needs and Substance Use
  • 1:1 Support • Sexual Health and Relationships Group Work (Thematic and Peer Groups)
  • Drug and Alcohol Group Work (Thematic and Peer Groups)
  • 'C' Card Registration and Distribution
  • Pre and Post Pregnancy Testing Counselling Support and support to access clinical services
  • Volunteer opportunities for young people and adults, including community placements

Service WEB (Perth & Kinross) Age Group Children & Young People
Name Kirstie Howell Location Perth & Kinross
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01738 451594

Provides assessment, treatment and intervention services to young people aged 10 - 24.

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80 Princes Street
Perth
PH2 8LH
Perth & Kinross
kirstie.howell@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

Information for workers, parents and carers.

The WEB Project, as part of the Perth & Kinross Substance Misuse Service - in partnership with Perth & Kinross Drug and Alcohol Action Team provides assessment, treatment and intervention services to young people aged 10 - 24 who are having problems with their substance use (alcohol and legal and illicit drugs). Young people can self refer to the service.

 

When to refer to The WEB Project?

Please remember, it is always important to discuss the referral with the young person before it is made and ensure consent has been given.

Signs that should lead to a referral being made :

  • If the young person is disclosing that they are involved in drug/alcohol use on a regular basis i.e. every day, every weeked.
  • If the young person is repeatedly getting picked up by the police due to alcohol and drug use.
  • If you are aware that the young person has been hospitalised due to drug/alcohol use.
  • If the young person cannot sustain education, college or employment due to drug and alcohol use.
  • If there are drug incidents in school.

If you are unsure whether a referal is suitable, please contact project staff in order to discuss further.

Once the assessment process is carried out then we can determine whether or not the service is for them.

 

Other services offered by The WEB Project

 

The WEB Project also provides access to community based health services to all young people, aged 10-24, with particular focus on those who are: − looked after young people, (at home and in the community, including those in kinship care); − young offenders; and − those excluded from school. The project provides information and support to young people affected by their own drug and alcohol use, sexual ill health, including HIV/BBV, offending behaviours and associated related risk behaviours.

 

Services, across Perth & Kinross, provided by The WEB Project include:

  • Screening of Sexual Health Needs and Substance Use
  • 1:1 Support • Sexual Health and Relationships Group Work (Thematic and Peer Groups)
  • Drug and Alcohol Group Work (Thematic and Peer Groups)
  • 'C' Card Registration and Distribution
  • Pre and Post Pregnancy Testing Counselling Support and support to access clinical services
  • Postal chlamydia and gonorrhoea tests
  • Volunteer opportunities for young people and adults, including community placements

StreetsAhead

Young people accessing this service will be at least in the early problematic stage of substance misuse, which is defined as:

"use which is beginning to cause concern and impact on other key areas, school, relationships or have entrenched problems which is defined as frequent heavy use impacting on most key areas".
(National Treatment Agency - Models of Treatment)

Problem Drug Use is defined as "use where people will be causing or experiencing psychological, medical or legal problems because of their drug use".
(Scot Government - The Road to Recovery)


The Referral Process.

  • The referrer submits a Referral Form to Senior Practitioner.
  • Allocation of the referrals made, within 2 days for an initial Assessment.
  • Feedback is made to the referrer to inform them which worker has been allocated the case, within 2 days.
  • Initial Contact is made by the Drug Support Worker with young person to determine if referral is appropriate within 10 worling days.

 

If Appropriate.

A comprehensive assessment is completed using the EuroADAD or EuroASI-S Assessment Tool. An individual "Plan for Change" is developed with the young person, within 4 weeks of the initial Assessment. Work with the young person usually continues for at least six months and will be formally reviewed every three months.

 

If Not Appropriate.

The Drug Support worker will liaise with the referrer and young people to support an alternative plan.

 

What we do?

Using the EuroADAD or EuroASI-S Assessment Tool - which covers 7 main areas of the young person life, (family, education, physical, health, drug & alcohol use, social, psychological and criminal) we developed a 'Plan for Change' with the young person.

This can include a range of medical and/or psycho-social interventions e.g.

  • Counselling Support
  • Themed/Peer Groupwork
  • Anger Management
  • Motivational Change Programmes
  • Support with Literacy
  • G.P Liaison
  • *Dug Testing
  • Family Work
  • Court Reports and Advocacy
  • Mental Well Being Programmes
  • Fitness/Health Living
  • Life Story Work
  • Task Centred Work
  • Problem Solving

*Clinical Governance provided by NHS Tayside - Primary Care Substance Misuse Service

Each plan is designed to meet the individual needs of each young person and sharing with the referrer. The case can last up to 6 months at which time a formal review takes place between the Drug Support Worker, the young person and the referee. At this stage the case is either closed or re-assessed and work can continue for a further 6 months if required.

 

Outcomes For The Plan For Change

  • Reduction/stabilisation of poly drug use
  • Reduction/stabilisation of substance misuse incidents
  • Reduction in anti-social behaviour
  • Improvement in school attendance
  • Entering college/further education
  • Improved relationship with family
  • Uptake of and sustained use of community social and leisure facilities

 

This service is based at,
The WEB/Streets Ahead
80 Princes Street, Perth, PH2 8LH

Tel : 01738 451594
Email : webkinross@cairscotland.org.uk

Service CAIR Scotland Age Group -
Name Mike Burns Location CAIR Scotland
Position CEO Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200532

CAIR Scotland currently offers intensive support programmes; harm reduction services including blood borne virus interventions; sexual health and relationships programmes; drug and alcohol interventions and education programmes; employment rehabilitation and throughcare and aftercare services to some of scotlands most chaotic and vulnerable young people and adults. We provide these services in partnership with Local Authorities and NHS boards.

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Cairn Centre
12 Rattray Street
DD1 1NA
CAIR Scotland
mike.burns@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

About CAIR Scotland

CAIR Scotland are an organisation with 20 years experience in providing support for young people and adults, in different areas such as Needle Exchange/Harm Reduction, sexual health, substance misuse. We have services in Dundee, Angus, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Perth and Kinross.

Service CAIR Scotland Age Group Children & Young People
Name Paula Moore Location CAIR Scotland
Position Service Manager - Children & Young Peoples Services Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200532

CAIR Scotland currently offers intensive support programmes; harm reduction services including blood borne virus interventions; sexual health and relationships programmes; drug and alcohol interventions and education programmes; employment rehabilitation and throughcare and aftercare services to some of scotlands most chaotic and vulnerable young people and adults. We provide these services in partnership with Local Authorities and NHS boards.

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Cairn Centre
12 Rattray Street
DD1 1NA
CAIR Scotland
paula.moore@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

About CAIR Scotland

CAIR Scotland are an organisation with 20 years experience in providing support for young people and adults, in different areas such as Needle Exchange/Harm Reduction, sexual health, substance misuse. We have services in Dundee, Angus, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Perth and Kinross.

Service CAIR Scotland Age Group Children & Young People
Name Paula Moore Location CAIR Scotland
Position Service Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200532

CAIR Scotland currently offers intensive support programmes; harm reduction services including blood borne virus interventions; sexual health and relationships programmes; drug and alcohol interventions and education programmes; employment rehabilitation and throughcare and aftercare services to some of scotlands most chaotic and vulnerable young people and adults. We provide these services in partnership with Local Authorities and NHS boards.

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Cairn Centre
12 Rattray Street
DD1 1NA
CAIR Scotland
paula.moore@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

About CAIR Scotland

CAIR Scotland are an organisation with 20 years experience in providing support for young people and adults, in different areas such as Needle Exchange/Harm Reduction, sexual health, substance misuse. We have services in Dundee, Angus, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Perth and Kinross.

Service Tayside Community Recovery Service (Angus) Age Group Adult
Name Pauline McIntosh Location Angus
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200 532

ECLIPS Community Recovery & Moving On Service operates throughout Tayside to provide 1 to 1 support and group activities for those striving to move into or mainitain recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

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29 B Canmore Street
Forfar
DD8 3HT
Angus
pauline.mcintosh@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

Are You?

  • Aged 16 years and over
  • Living in Tayside
  • Currently in or recently completed drug/alcohol treatment
  • Looking to get involved in new activities in your local area
  • Interested in meeting other people in recovery

 

What we can offer

  • One to one support
  • Groupwork
  • Peer support
  • Access to activities in your local community
  • A place to socialise, share experiences and learn new skills
  • A chance to meet others in recovery
  • A place to support each other

 

To help you improve your

  • Confidence
  • Communication
  • Team working skills
  • Social skills
  • Coping skills
  • Existing skills, and support in your recovery

 

Contact us for more information.

Phone : 01382 200 532

Email : enquiries@cairscotland.org.uk

ECLIPS Community Recovery and Moving on Service,
The Cairn Centre,
12 Rattray Street,
Dundee,

DD1 1NA

 

Service Tayside Community Recovery Service (Dundee) Age Group Adult
Name Pauline McIntosh Location Dundee Cairn Centre
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200 532

ECLIPS Community Recovery & Moving On Service operates throughout Tayside to provide 1 to 1 support and group activities for those striving to move into or mainitain recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

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Cairn Centre
12 Rattray Street
DD1 1NA
Dundee Cairn Centre
pauline.mcintosh@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

Are You?

  • Aged 16 years and over
  • Living in Tayside
  • Currently in or recently completed drug/alcohol treatment
  • Looking to get involved in new activities in your local area
  • Interested in meeting other people in recovery

 

What we can offer

  • One to one support
  • Groupwork
  • Peer support
  • Access to activities in your local community
  • A place to socialise, share experiences and learn new skills
  • A chance to meet others in recovery
  • A place to support each other

 

To help you improve your

  • Confidence
  • Communication
  • Team working skills
  • Social skills
  • Coping skills
  • Existing skills, and support in your recovery

 

Contact us for more information.

Phone : 01382 200 532

Email : enquiries@cairscotland.org.uk

ECLIPS Community Recovery and Moving on Service,
The Cairn Centre,
12 Rattray Street,
Dundee,

DD1 1NA

 

Service Tayside Community Recovery Service (Perth&Kinross) Age Group Adult
Name Pauline McIntosh Location Perth & Kinross
Position Team Manager Brief Description of Service
Telephone 01382 200 532

ECLIPS Community Recovery & Moving On Service operates throughout Tayside to provide 1 to 1 support and group activities for those striving to move into or mainitain recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

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80 Princes Street
Perth
PH2 8LH
Perth & Kinross
pauline.mcintosh@cairscotland.org.uk
Service Description

Are You?

  • Aged 16 years and over
  • Living in Tayside
  • Currently in or recently completed drug/alcohol treatment
  • Looking to get involved in new activities in your local area
  • Interested in meeting other people in recovery

 

What we can offer

  • One to one support
  • Groupwork
  • Peer support
  • Access to activities in your local community
  • A place to socialise, share experiences and learn new skills
  • A chance to meet others in recovery
  • A place to support each other

 

To help you improve your

  • Confidence
  • Communication
  • Team working skills
  • Social skills
  • Coping skills
  • Existing skills, and support in your recovery

 

Contact us for more information.

Phone : 01382 200 532

Email : enquiries@cairscotland.org.uk

ECLIPS Community Recovery and Moving on Service,
The Cairn Centre,
12 Rattray Street,
Dundee,

DD1 1NA