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Samaritans - Inverclyde

24 hour national telephone helpline (116 123) offers emotional support for anyone in crisis. Offers a listening and befriending service to people who are isolated, feel in despair or who are suicidal. Callers are put through without delay to their nearest unengaged branch. Email support service through jo@samaritans.org

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Inverclyde Women's Aid

Advice, information, counselling, refuge accommodation and aftercare for women and children experiencing domestic violence. Support for children who have been abused, witnessed abuse or are being bullied. Sexual abuse helpline for women on 01475 888110 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.30am - 4.30pm.

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Shelter Scotland – Glasgow Community Hub

Information, advice, advocacy and representation for people facing housing problems. The telephone helpline provides an initial level of information, advocacy and advice. People requiring more in-depth assistance or ongoing casework can be referred to local specialist services.

RCA Trust

Advice, information, counselling and accommodation services for people with addiction problems. Issues covered include alcohol and substance misuse, stress, addictive behaviour and specialising in gambling. Services for employers and ex-offenders.

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Circles Advocacy in Inverclyde

Our free, independent, and professional advocacy service can help you. We provide information about your rights, procedures and resources available, and can assist you with issues that concern you.

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River Clyde Homes

River Clyde Homes is a forward thinking and dynamic ‘not for profit’ social housing provider that owns and manages over 6,000 homes and provides factoring services to a further 2,250 homes in the Inverclyde area of Scotland. Provides welfare benefits advice to River Clyde Homes' tenants

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Legal Services Agency - Glasgow

Legal advice and representation on a range of issues - mental health, community care, debt, housing, homelessness, benefits and immigration. LSA’s Mental Health Legal Representation Projects, provide specialist legal advice, assistance and representation to people with mental ill health, their relatives and carers. The projects help with all aspects of Scots Civil Law including detention, applications and appeals to the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland under the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 and related issues such as homelessness, community care and child law. They can take on cases for Judicial Review and provide services in relation to family law.

Alzheimer Scotland - Inverclyde

Range of services for people with dementia and their families and carers. Day care and evening care. Support for carers. Information and advice on all aspects of dementia.

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Inverclyde Counselling Service

Individual counselling for people with an addiction problem and for those affected by another's addiction problems. Advice and information on alcohol use, substance misuse and related issues. Counselling for stress, bereavement and anxiety.

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Visibility Scotland

Wide range of services for people who are visually impaired. Social and recreational activities. Information on aids, equipment, services and support provided by telephone and at hospital bases. Reading training for people with central vision loss. Home support. Visual impairment awareness training. Training for people with an aquired brain injury.