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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

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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 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 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