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Working in partnership with NHS Lothian at The Rivers Centre to offer person-centred support for the treatment and sustained recovery of survivors of abuse.
Offers safety and stabilisation to survivors while they await counselling, allowing a smooth transition into therapy.
Glasgow Council on Alcohol
Run and develop the Building Positive Pathways programme addressing the complex physical and mental-health needs of survivors with a focus on substance misuse.
Moira Anderson Foundation
Offers individual care and support to survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their families and seeks to lessen the impact of trauma in their lives through a range of therapeutic services.
Intensive support to young women who are survivors of childhood abuse and who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Speak Out Scotland
Providing complex trauma therapy and ongoing support service to male survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Provides a diverse range of therapies and individual support to increase wellbeing and resilience to survivors of childhood abuse.
The BodyMind Studio
Support the recovery and resilience of survivors of abuse through trauma-informed yoga practice and arts activities.
Provide support to any person affected by a traumatic childhood event. Support remains in place for as long as is needed.
Health in Mind
Provide the Trauma Counselling Line Scotland for anyone aged 16 or over living in Scotland, who has experienced abuse in their childhood and (any one of these):
- is from a minority ethnic community
- has a disability - this can be a mental health condition
- lives in a rural or hard-to-reach area
Stop It Now Scotland
Provide support services to individuals and their families with problematic sexual thoughts and those who may be at risk of sexual offending.
Provides services for survivors. Initial support focusses on any physical well-being requirements before providing services which relate to their mental health, self-esteem etc.
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