Use this map to find the following services. If you are within the area, internet is available and your GPS is on you should see your location as a green marker on this map.
Citizen's Advice Bureau (CAB)
You can get free, impartial, confidential advice on any topic from the Citizens Advice Service in a number of ways. For more information click the links below or find a CAB near you with the map above.
A voluntary organisation with services across Scotland. They provide a wide range of holistic services for individuals and families whose life experiences have impacted negatively on their wellbeing. Since 1994 they have offered client centred, holistic, trauma informed therapeutic services and have specialised in abuse and trauma work. They work with both children and adults and have services in various areas of Scotland and are working towards providing support to individuals in all areas of Scotland.
Address: Stirling Office, Unit 7, Stirling Arcade, King Street, FK8 1AX
An independent organisation that works across the Forth Valley area. Workers providing a service to older people and to mental health services are peripatetic and visit hospitals and other facilities, including home visits, as appropriate.
Relationships Scotland's network provide relationship counselling, family mediation, child contact centres and other family support services across all of mainland and island Scotland. Their work supports individuals, couples and families experiencing relationship difficulties.
To provide community care information, advice and social work support for adults in need. Adult Care Services aim to support adults in need and to promote well-being and independence through the provision of a range of services; these include advice and support at home, day provisions, residential care and supported accommodation.
Address: Clackmannanshire Social Work, Kilncraigs, Greenside Street Alloa FK10 1EB
Clients of 16 years + who are either subject to a statutory order (e.g. Probation, Community Service, Parole), or are the subject of a request for a social work report by the court are referred to this service. This service provides their clients with information & advice, risk assessment, counselling, groupwork, reports to the court, probation & aftercare supervision and home background reports.
The service works with people aged 16+ who have been convicted of an offence. Services range from reports prepared for Courts and the Parole Board, assessments of need and risk to interventions designed to support change and encourage a pro-social lifestyle. Interventions can include structured programmes delivered individually or in a group setting, 1-2-1 support, practical assistance and advice/ guidance.