9, Haymaket Terrace
Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland works locally in Angus
to improve the quality of life for people after a stroke,
or diagnosis of a chest or heart condition.
provide vital advice, support and information
Freephone 0808 801 0899
arrange group and 1-1 support in hospital and in your local community
provide volunteering opportunities across Angus
“Kirrie Connections is a community hub that serves as the base for the Dementia Friendly Kirriemuir Project. The hub is a place where people living with dementia and their carers can get advice, support and form new friendships. We work with a variety of other partners, including Alzheimer Scotland and the Angus Carer’s Centre. The hub is open 5 days a week, Monday to Friday from 9:30am- 4pm, and offers sessions ranging from arts and crafts to sporting memories.
We are currently looking for volunteers to help support our activities, and are also looking for people living with dementia and their carers to be directly involved in telling us what they want from the project.
4 Victoria Street
Angus Access Panel provides advice and information service for people with disabilities and their carers.
The Panel covers a wide area. Coastal from Montrose, Arbroath, Carnoustie to Monifieth and Landward from Brechin, Forfar and Kirriemuir. It also includes the beautiful Angus Glens.
The panel consists of a number of volunteers who work from the office based in Forfar.
Office Opening Times:
Monday 2pm – 4pm (call in or phone)
Well Bean Cafés
St Johns Church Hall Green Street Forfar
Montrose South Church Hall 100 Castle Street Montrose
Locality: Montrose and Forfar
Long Business Description
Community cafés offering safe, alcohol and drug free venues to meet and socialise. Health, wellbeing and recovery are promoted and there is access to self-help resources and professionals from local services. Volunteering opportunities are available for people in recovery who are keen to provide peer support to others and learn new skills.
Website Address – https://www.angus.gov.uk/social_care_and_health/protect_someone_from_harm/angus_alcohol_and_drug_partnership/find_help_and?item_id=893
Facebook – Well Bean Café
Phone Number – 01307 476492/07920 8305
1st Floor Merrin House
50 East Abbey Street
Victim Support provides free and confidential practical and emotional support and advice for anyone who has been affected by crime. Victim Support has a community service for victims and anyone affected by crime and also a Witness Service who provide support to all witnesses in court.
To raise awareness through information and education and provide training to care providers and health professionals involved in the care of those affected by Huntington’s Disease.To provide specialist information, confidential advice, practical help and emotional support to anyone affected by Huntington’s Disease, their families and their carers. We work in close liaison with health authorities, social services and other statutory and voluntary agencies.
Angus Carers Association is an organisation established by carers, for carers. The Association was established in October 1996 and became part of the Royal Princess Trust for Carers network in November 1997, then becoming known as ‘Angus Carers Centre’. Our vision is that all carers in Angus will receive appropriate information and support to enable them to feel valued and confident in their caring situation, and to develop their own potential. We provide information, advice and a range of services to unpaid carers located in Angus and the surrounding areas. To find out more about the many services that we offer to unpaid carers, visit our website at www.anguscarers.org.uk.
Scottish Badgers brings together individuals and groups from across Scotland to promote the study, conservation and protection of Scotland’s badgers, their setts and natural habitats. Together, we seek to encourage tolerance and appreciation of badgers by offering information, advice and guidance to all.
Scottish Badgers is the only charity dedicated to the study, conservation and protection of badgers that operates in Scotland. Please note that Scottish Badgers is not affiliated with, or a branch of the Badger Trust. The Badger Trust is not involved in any work protecting badgers in Scotland.
Scottish Badgers is an independent Scottish charity. It was founded in 1999, with encouragement from the Scottish Government, who perceived a need for a non-statutory body to work in this field.
Scottish Badgers cooperates closely with the Badger Trust, whose activities cover all the other areas of the British Isles. It should be noted that only Scottish Badgers operates in Scotland.
To promote the study, conservation and protection of badgers, their setts and natural habitat in Scotland.
What We Do
Survey and record the presence of badgers
Provide training for our members and professionals in badger ecology, awareness, field skills, and the law.
Work with young people to fire their imagination and create positive attitudes to the environment
Prevent badger persecution and crime
Provide expert advice to the public on all badger matters
Provide expert advice to professionals in planning, development, transport, forestry and agriculture
Provide expert advice and assistance to the police and the S.S.P.C.A. and expert witnesses to the courts
Increase public awareness of badgers and the threats they face
Host an annual conference on badger matters on the 1st Saturday in October
Initiate and assist with research into badger biology, ecology and behaviour.
Please note that Scottish Badgers is a charity and unable to undertake commercial work
Contact us at E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 07866 844232
Angus Citizens Advice Bureau (SCIO) provides free, confidential and independent advice to everyone who needs it. As a member of the Scottish Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux, we have two aims:
· to help people understand their rights and responsibilities and to help them take action to solve their problems
· to work locally and nationally to change policies and practices that are the root cause of problems, preventing issues arising at source