Patient Survey

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Local Health & Support

MoHUB – Montrose

Find out more about MoHUB

Brechin Community Pantry

The underlying ethos of The Brechin Community Pantry is ''The Community helping the Community''.
01356 623430

Brechin Walk ‘n’ Talk

Brechin Walk & Talk can provide so many health benefits to individuals. Walking together provides more health benefits as well as improving people's mental health, tackling loneliness and isolation. We provide short, easy, healthy walks for participants in Brechin ending at a destination for a cuppa and a chat. The socialising is one of the important parts of people’s health and wellbeing and walking is a great opportunity to get out in the fresh air walking and talking.

OOTANABOOT – Brechin Walking Group

We named our walking group OOTANABOOT because that is what we do, go out and about, mainly in Angus but occasionally we stray into Aberdeenshire and even Dundee.

Tayside Deaf Hub

Tayside Deaf Hub is the Community Centre where Deaf Links, Dundee Deaf Sport and Social Club and Tayside Deaf Forum are based. Deaf Links run services, activities and learning that truly reflect the needs of deaf and sensory impaired people in the area, empowering them to become equal and active members of the communities they live in. Located on the ground floor of the Old Mill in Brown Street, Dundee, near the city centre, Tayside Deaf Hub premises are extensive.
01382 201077 Text:07745347567

North East Sensory Services

Services providing practical, social and emotional support to people living with a sensory loss to be independent and confident
0345 271 2345

The Jenner Centre

BHG and The Jenner Centre are pleased to announce that the Listening Service will be taking appointments … Contact us at The Jenner Centre on the number provided if you have any questions. You can contact your own GP surgery to make an appointment. If this service is not available at your surgery, you could also call the Community Listening Service directly and arrangements will be made for you to meet one of the team.
07967771941

Keep Well Health Checks

The health check is simple, free and takes about 45 minutes. It is usually carried out by a nurse or healthcare support worker at your General Practice

Tayside Council on Alcohol (TCA)

Tayside Council on Alcohol (TCA) was established in 1972 and is one of the leading providers of support services in the Tayside area for people who are affected by the misuse of alcohol.
01241 872989

Tayside, Angus and Perthshire Fibromyalgia Support Group

We offer help and support to people suffering from fibromyalgia. This help and support also extends to family and friends of sufferers and people who would like more information on fibromyalgia.

Community alarm service

The community alarm allows you to communicate with our control centre 24 hours a day, seven days a week, if you need support or help. The community alarm service can support you if you have: an illness a physical frailty a disability frequent falls which adversely affects your ability to live independently in your own home You can also ask for one if you care for someone but are unable to provide support due to ill health or admission to hospital.

Care about Angus

Care About Angus is a company developed under the principles of social enterprise. This means the (role of) employees and people receiving home care will have a greater say in the companies activities and the way it goes about business. The new and more democratic approach to service delivery is based on the relationships of trust between the people providing home help services and the people receiving the services.

Crisis grants and community care grants

There are two grants available from the Scottish Welfare Fund. They are for one-off needs not on-going expenses. They do not have to be paid back.

The Dalhouse Centre

The Dalhousie Centre is a small, independent, and charity run day centre. for older adults situated within the "city' of Brechin.
01356 625501

Councillors

Your local councillors.

Parent to Parent

Parent to Parent was established in 1988 and is a voluntary organisation which supports parents of children with additional support needs, whether physical, learning, sensory or behavioural which is associated with the disability. We also offer support and advocacy to young people.
01382 817558

Home-Start Angus

Home-Start is a local community network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times. We are there for parents when they need us the most because childhood can’t wait.
01241 431 131

Insight Counselling

Insight Counselling was founded in 1995 as the National Counselling Service to provide therapy in socially deprived areas of Dundee. As time went on, the service was extended to anyone in Dundee who needed help with a problem in living. Over the years the National Counselling Service supported many thousands of people across all of Dundee.
01382 305706

Autism Support Service – Angus

Support for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
0847 277 7778

Angus Council

Local, help, support and guidance from your local council.
03452 777 778

Ready Scotland

It’s good to be prepared for emergencies that can happen at any time, such as severe weather, floods and loss of power. The Scottish Government has a Ready Scotland website that provides a wealth of information about preparing for and dealing with emergencies

Scotland’s Health and Care News Channel

HealthandCare.scot is an editorially independent news and information channel for Scotland’s health and social care sector. A reliable place to get objective coverage of the work of health and care services, we provide a single platform for reporting on what’s happening, sharing ideas and providing information about the organisations and people delivering health and care across Scotland.

We are with you

We Are With You provides free, confidential support to people who have issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health. We work with people on their own goals, whether that’s staying safe and healthy, making small changes or stopping an unwanted habit altogether.

Crossroads Scotland

Crossroads Caring Scotland is one of the country's leading voluntary sector providers of support for carers and their families. Established as a charity in Scotland in 1978, we provide support services across Scotland, helping people to live independently at home.
0141 226 3793