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Aberdeen Cyrenians and Penumbra

Aberdeen Cyrenians and Penumbra

Aberdeen Cyrenians is a charity dedicated to supporting people affected by homelessness, violence, trauma, and other forms of social exclusion. Active in the city for the past 50 years, their aim is to help people make planned changes in their lives, often at crucial periods of transition. All services are provided on a voluntary basis

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Argyll and Bute Rape Crisis Centre

Argyll and Bute Rape Crisis Centre

Argyll and Bute Rape Crisis (ABRC) provide free and confidential support and advocacy to survivors of all genders (aged 12 +) who have experienced rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, sexual bullying, stalking and commercial sexual exploitation. They also offer support to non-abusing partners and family members of survivors of sexual violence. ABRC

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Break the Silence

Break the Silence

Break The Silence work to improve the emotional, psychological and physical health of survivors of rape and childhood sexual abuse, their partners and family members across East and North Ayrshire. Support options include counselling, eye movement de-sensitisation and re-processing (EMDR), complementary therapies, group activities, advocacy support, peer support, and volunteering opportunities. They also promote partnership

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Carr Gomm

Carr Gomm

Carr Gomm is a leading Scottish social care and community development charity. They work in partnership with NHS Lothian at The Rivers Centre to offer person-centred support for the treatment and sustained recovery of survivors of abuse through social integration, addressing the need for both psychological support and social support

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First Tier

First Tier

First Tier supports people with Learning Difficulties aspire to break the cycle of trauma, sexual abuse and offending behaviour. Their work involves protecting the safety of staff and clients accessing the service, ensuring the integrity of practitioner-client relationships, enhancing the quality and application of professional knowledge, and striving for the fair and adequate provision of

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Glasgow Council on Alcohol

Glasgow Council on Alcohol

GCA work to reduce harm caused by substance misuse through a range of advice, information, counselling, support, prevention, education and training services. GCA has a skilled trauma-informed workforce and responds to survivors with a strategic commitment to workforce development and training.  Through their Building Positive Pathways project they continue to host and lead the Glasgow

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Health in Mind

Health in Mind

Health In Mind provide mental health and wellbeing services in a caring and compassionate way, supporting people to develop coping strategies and skills to live the way they want to. They promote awareness and understanding of mental health and wellbeing through information sharing and training. They are a trauma informed organisation, embedding trauma informed principles

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Hear Me

Hear Me

Hear Me provides a free and confidential trauma specific outreach counselling service in Angus for children and adults who have experienced or been affected by sexual abuse. Their work involves enabling and supporting survivors to self-manage mental health, increase independence and autonomy, and have a say in what matters to them. Hear Me also help

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Kibble Education Centre

Kibble Education Centre

Kibble provide specialist services such as care, education and opportunities to young people aged 5-26 from chaotic and traumatic backgrounds. The young people they support have often had negative family experiences, a history of offending, experience of mental health, or substance abuse issues and can have severe social, emotional, educational and behavioural needs.

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Kingdom Abuse

Kingdom Abuse

KASP provide professional support and counselling services so that adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse in Fife can build positive futures. Working with local and national partners, the organisation provides training to encourage trauma-informed practice, as well as seeking to influence policy and legislation. Their values incorporate respectful consultation with survivors about their needs, and

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Link Living

Link Living

Link Living provide a wide range of socially inclusive care, support and employability services. Committed to supporting people to overcome the negative impacts of ill-health, poverty, inequality and isolation, their philosophy recognises that every person is unique. Based on empathy, respect, integrity and caring, provision is person-centred and tailored to develop skills and confidence, ensuring

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Mind Mosaic Counselling & Therapy

Mind Mosaic Counselling & Therapy

Mind Mosaic Counselling and Therapy provide therapeutic interventions in a safe, confidential and accessible environment with trained professionals. Provision includes high quality counselling and psychotherapy, trauma therapy, specialist adult survivor services, perinatal mental health services, counselling training and clinical supervision. They also run a variety of groups, diversionary activities, Somatic Resourcing, and high-quality training.

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Moving on Ayrshire

Moving on Ayrshire

Moving On Ayrshire (MOA) is a charity based in Ayr which provides a counselling service at locations throughout South Ayrshire. They offer survivors of sexual abuse and rape aged 14 years and up free one-to-one person-centred counselling in safe, confidential settings. This enables survivors to address sensitive issues and work towards a heathier, happier future.

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Orkney Blide Trust

Orkney Blide Trust

Orkney Blide Trust provide a range of services to support people affected by mental ill health. Their mission is to promote mental well-being in Orkney through active and personalised support with a focus on recovery. Survivors are supported through provision of opportunities based on a Therapeutic Community model.

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Penumbra

Penumbra

Penumbra promotes wellbeing, prevent ill health and support those experiencing emotional and health difficulties providing innovative solutions to gaps in mental health provisions based on the rights of choice, dignity and the expectation of recovery. It pioneered community-based support by providing the first supported accommodation services in Scotland.

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RASASH

RASASH

RASASH (Rape and sexual Abuse Service Highland) is the only specialist sexual violence support service in Highland working with isolated and traumatised survivors of rape and sexual abuse in their communities. A member of Rape Crisis Scotland, the RASASH approach is person-centred, recognising that each person’s circumstances, experiences and feelings are different and unique. This

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Safe Space

Safe Space

Safe Space is a specialist trauma counselling and groupwork service for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Working to a community development framework, Safe Space recognises that those with personal experience of childhood abuse and discrimination are often people at the greatest risk of disadvantage. Provision includes one-to-one counselling for adults and an outreach service in

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SAY-Women

SAY-Women

SAY-Women offers safe, semi-supported accommodation and emotional support for young women aged 16-25 who are survivors of sexual abuse, rape or sexual assault who are homeless, or threatened with homelessness as a result. Their mission involves enabling these young women to live safely and securely in their own tenancies and have healthy fulfilled lives. Their

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Shetland Rape Crisis

Shetland Rape Crisis

Shetland Rape Crisis provides free and confidential support, trauma-informed therapy, advocacy and information to anyone in Shetland affected by sexual violence. As well as providing emotional support and specialist trauma therapy for survivors, they have a dedicated Advocacy Worker to support anyone considering taking their case through the justice system. They also provide free, evidence-based

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Speak Out Scotland

Speak Out Scotland

Speak Out Scotland aims to improve the health and wellbeing of male survivors of childhood sexual abuse through delivery of complex trauma therapy and ongoing support services. Treatment is tailored to specific need to aid recovery and allow survivors to lead fully functional and productive lives. They strive to achieve this by collaborating with other

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Stop it Now! Scotland

Stop it Now! Scotland

Stop it Now Scotland’s mission is to prevent the sexual abuse of children by working with protective adults, those affected by abuse and those perpetrating it. Committed to using their expert knowledge to educate families, professionals and the public and impact on policy, they believe child sexual abuse is preventable, not inevitable. Their vision is

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Survivors Unite

Survivors Unite

Survivors Unite’s mission is to provide dedicated, skilled, compassionate and flexible sexual abuse recovery support to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse in the Scottish Borders through the provision of the Safe Oaks Project. Based in a Children1st trauma recovery service, Safe Oaks will provide a supportive environment where all staff are friendly, welcoming and

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Talk Now

Talk Now

Talk Now is a training and counselling service for survivors of abuse in Scotland, dedicated to eliminating its debilitating and devastating effects and improve wellbeing and resilience for survivors. They employ an integrative approach to therapy with counsellors adopting the most appropriate, effective combination of counselling models for clients. Talk Now’s Life Link service also

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The BodyMind Studio

The BodyMind Studio

The BodyMind Studio delivers hot yoga, traditional yoga and other styles of movement as well as arts activities at their studio in Glasgow. The organisation works with individuals accessing drug and alcohol rehabilitation services, including residential rehab and outreach services, and female survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. The BodyMind Studio is also an established

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The Moira Anderson Foundation

The Moira Anderson Foundation

The Moira Anderson Foundation offers individual care and support to survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their families, seeking to lessen the impact of trauma in their lives. As well as raising awareness of childhood sexual abuse in society, they build trust with survivors and offer a range of therapeutic services in a safe and

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Thriving Survivors

Thriving Survivors

Thriving Survivors is a charitable company established in 2016 to support men, women and children affected by trauma through the delivery of their ‘Discovering Me’ programme. Thriving Survivors take a person-centred approach and use survivor-built programmes in supporting those affected by trauma to change their lives, regardless of race, culture or circumstance.

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We Are With You

We Are With You

We Are With You (formerly Addaction) exists to help individuals, families, friends and communities affected by drugs, alcohol and mental health problems. Person-centred in approach, they provide tailored support to meet individual need with training and resources. Peer mentoring, mutual aid partnerships and volunteers are integrated into their service provision, and many of their employees

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Wellbeing Scotland

Wellbeing Scotland

Wellbeing Scotland (WS) aim to support the wellbeing of all survivors of childhood abuse in Scotland by providing a safe, person-centred, therapeutic environment, with facilitated access to care, support, and treatment resources and services. Confidential, client centred, and non-judgemental, WS support is open to anyone affected by the trauma of childhood abuse so they can

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Western Isles Rape Crisis

Western Isles Rape Crisis

Western Isles Rape Crisis Centre provide support, advice and empowerment to survivors of sexual violence and abuse in the Western Isles, ensuring they have access to services regardless of gender, disability or remote location. The voices and views of survivors inform all aspects of their work, and they believe that they can best support survivors

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