Dundee Russian School

We are supplementary Russian School in Dundee. We meet every Saturday during the term time at Craigie High School in Dundee.
Our curriculum includes subjects of Russian, Art, Math, Drama. We have classes for children and adults.
We organise cultural and educational events and aim to promote Russian culture in Scotland.
We also provide excellent volunteering opportunities.
We are keen to make new friends with the organisations of similar ilk and open to any ideas promoting diversity and pursuing charitable goals.

Tayside Cancer Support
Tayside Cancer Support
Block C, Room 025
Ninewells Hospital

Tayside Cancer Support offers the opportunity for anyone affected by cancer in Tayside to receive emotional, social and practical support, either on an individual basis or in a group setting.
The charity has been in existence since July 1994, and is made up of an Executive Committee of voluntary Trustees, one paid employee and approximately twenty volunteer befrienders. We work with cancer patients, their families, carers and friends. We do this alongside healthcare professionals and other charities and support groups to provide vital support and information.​

Scottish Health Council
Room 3004
East Day Home
Kings Cross Hospital

The Scottish Health Council supports and promotes communities and health and social care organisations working together to shape services and help ensure they best meet the needs of those using them, their families and carers. Support we provide includes meeting with communities and groups to raise awareness of the spectrum of different ways people can give feedback, share views, raise concerns and use their experiences to help shape services, and of the support available to do so.  We also run free Voices Scotland workshops which to help people understand the structure of health and social care and how to work together with services to identify and deliver improvements. If you would like us to come and speak to your community or group or run a workshop, please contact us at our local office.

01382 740074 ext 71413
Tay Maritime Action
109b Tay Street
Newport on Tay

Taymara (Tay Maritime Action) is a voluntary sector organisation which serves the geographic areas of Fife, Dundee, Angus and Perth & Kinross – with our vessels and qualified crews providing safe access to the exciting Tay River and North Sea coastal marine environment. Taymara provides knowledge, qualifications, skills and memorable maritime experiences for all, but especially for those who are disadvantaged or vulnerable.

01382 542516
Skilz Academy
Within Soccerfield
Old Glamis Road

Skilz Academy aims to use the power of sport to make a positive impact by offering first class coaches, excellent facilities and programmes that meet the needs of the people we work with. By impacting on our communities positively we will all benefit from a more motivated, confident, happier and healthier society.

07802 686847
Insight Counselling
Number Ten
Constitution Road

Insight Counselling is a generic counselling service offering individual counselling to the communities of Dundee and Angus for those aged from 12 years upwards. The reasons clients attend Insight are wide and varied but you can talk about anything at Insight.  We offer a safe and confidential space where people are listened to without judgement. Our counsellors aim to provide a supportive, empathic and understanding environment to enable clients an opportunity to explore troubling issues from the past or present and explore options for the future whilst being supported through change.

01382 305706
The Health Shop

The Heath Shop is a free health information resource unit that provides health promotion and disease management information.
Health shop staff and volunteers can help people living with long term conditions access information to help them manage their condition. We are able to signpost to local and national organisations and sources of support that can help further support patients with their condition.

Our information can be used to encourage self management which means that  patients are

•better informed about their condition(s)

•better prepared for everyday challenges

•better supported when they need it

The information provided at the Health Shop is not a substitute for medical advice but is there to support it.


Health Shop volunteers are happy to send out information on request and can liaise with ward staff to ensure that in-patients can receive the health information that they require.


The Health Shop has sites at:

• Ninewells Hospital, main concourse

• Perth Royal Infirmary, by main reception

• Whitehills HCCC, by main reception

• Links HC, by outpatient‘s reception

• Brechin HC, within waiting area

The Health Shop provides a focal point for raising awareness of various health weeks and campaigns. A table and display board can be used on request at most units.

A hearing aid battery and re-tubing service also runs from Ninewells and Whitehills Health Shops. Times of this service is available from each unit and can be accessed on our facebook page @NHSTaysideHealthShop

01382 633859
NHS Tayside Community Innovation Fund

Groups are invited to apply for a share of the funds between £500 and £25,000 (maximum of £18,000 for two years and a maximum of £25,000 over three years) to establish pilot projects or take action to tackle health and well-being issues which affect the everyday lives of people living in our communities.


The fund is looking for NEW and INVENTIVE ways of helping communities.

Dundee Carers Centre
Dundee Carers Centre

Seagate House, 132-134 Seagate, Dundee

Dundee Carers Centre aims to improve the lives of carers through practical and emotional support, advocacy, training and information about services, rights and benefits.
A carer is someone who provides unpaid care and support to a partner, child, family member or friend who could not manage without their help. This could be due to age, disability, physical or mental illness or addiction. Anyone can be a carer – we work with carers from 8 – 95

01382 200422
Muirhead and Birkhill Millennium Hall


For Group activity, meetings, private functions etc. First contact via private message on our Facebook page or bookings@mbmhall.co.uk or enquiries@muirheadbirkhillmillenniumhall.org.uk from 12 noon to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.

Messages will be answered within 24 hours.