Caithness Family Support Group

Living with a loved one’s problematic substance use can cause stress, anxiety and distress within a home and in some cases can tear families apart. It can be extremely beneficial to seek support to help yourself cope with the situation that you may have now found yourself in. The support group is managed by familyContinue reading “Caithness Family Support Group”

Scottish Charity Awards

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is calling for charities and individuals across the country to apply for its annual charity awards.  Now in its 16th year, the Scottish Charity Awards highlight the best, most innovative and effective charities, social enterprises, community groups and individuals from the past year and celebrates those who make a difference inContinue reading “Scottish Charity Awards”

Robertson Trust Small Grants

Applications now open! This is one of five funding offers for registered charities groups who work to address poverty and trauma in Scotland. For more details of the kind of work we fund, take a look at Who and what we fund. Overview For registered charities with an annual income* of between £25,000 and £100,000 RevenueContinue reading “Robertson Trust Small Grants”

Bank Of Scotland Reach Funding

The Reach programme is suitable for charities who can demonstrate they address disadvantage or social exclusion. This will ensure that our funding will reach the most vulnerable people across Scotland, to provide them with opportunity and equality and making positive, sustainable change. Disadvantage Examples include charities addressing primary disadvantage such as homelessness, abuse, mental healthContinue reading “Bank Of Scotland Reach Funding”

Caithness Sight Impairment Group

Caithness Sight Impairment Group is back meeting up after a long break due to Covid. Their meetings will take place on the first Wednesday of the month at West Church Hall, Thurso, from 2-4pm. The meetings are informal. If you are sight impaired you are welcome to come along have a chat, tea/coffee and biscuits.Continue reading “Caithness Sight Impairment Group”

Scottish Recovery Network Survey!

The Scottish Recovery Network believe that to make recovery real we all need to be equal partners in transforming the mental health system. We want Scotland to be a place where people with lived experience are meaningfully involved in the design and delivery of mental health support and strategies. To get a better understanding ofContinue reading “Scottish Recovery Network Survey!”