Our Work

We have pioneered an innovative approach to the services that best help those in need, and work with Councils, Scottish Government and other partners across Scotland to provide these.

Our broad range reflects the success that we and our partners have enjoyed in putting an individual's needs and unique challenges at the heart of service design and delivery. This approach is at the core of our involvement across all areas of social care.

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Learning Disability

We work to help those with a learning disability live as actively and independently as possible.

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Alcohol and Other Drugs

We offer confidential and effective support to those wishing to address their drug and alcohol use.

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Mental Health

We support people with a range of mental health and emotional conditions, and other complex needs to recover and live as independently, actively and engaged in their community as possible.

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Huntington’s Disease

We provide support to people who display the symptoms of the group of illnesses which cause a progressive decline in a person’s mental functioning.

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Justice

We provide residential and community engagement programmes for individuals whose criminal behaviours can lead to a pattern of re-offending as a result of underlying issues and poor life-choices.

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Homelessness

Our Housing First approach sees those who are homeless or at risk of it being granted secure accommodation as a first step in addressing the issues that led to the situation rather than the last.

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Autism

We ensure people with autism have the support to meet their own individual needs, and lead as full, independent and rewarding life as possible through our supported living and day support services.

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Early Onset Dementia

We provide support to people with the symptoms of the group of illnesses which cause a progressive decline in a person’s mental functioning to lead as full, independent and rewarding life as possible.

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