Being parents of a child with special needs is so frustrating yet so rewarding. But what is more perplexing is navigating our child's growth and not always having the right path to follow and feel you've made the right choice. This website can help.
Aberlour works in Scotland with and for children, young people and families who need additional support, to promote their development and well being.
Action on Depression (formerly Depression Alliance Scotland) the leading UK charity for people with depression. Phone: 0131 467 3050. Hours vary but you can leave an answerphone message 24 hours a day.
Advocard provides advocacy to individuals who are experiencing or have experienced mental ill health and who live in the community in Edinburgh. This means they support people to be heard to have a greater say in decisions made about their lives and their care and treatment.
Age Scotland, strives to represent all of Scotland's older people and provide a united voice.
Al Anon Offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers whether the suferer is still drinking or not. Phone: 0141 339 8884 Hours: 24 Hours
Alateen Provides help and advice to teenagers who live with someone with a drink problem Phone: 0141 339 8884 Hours: 24 Hours
Website dealing with the issues of alcohol abuse
The Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) organises group workshops for people from all backgrounds who want to handle conflict well.
Anxiety UK Helpline for those suffering from anxiety disorders. Phone: 08444 775 774 Hours: Mon - Fri 9.30am - 5.30pm
ArtFull :: A national initiative developed with the aim of articulating, developing and promoting the arts and the role they play in improving the mental health and well-being of people living in Scotland.
The Association for Post-Natal Illness is the leading organisation in its field, it is a Registered Charity (No. 280510) and it was established in 1979 to: - Provide support to mothers suffering from post-natal illness - Increase public awareness of the illness - To encourage research into its cause and nature