There are a number of great charities throughout Dundee all focusing on different aspects of mental health. One thing we're aiming to do with the Heart Tay Heart week in 2017, is highlight all the fantastic work going on in Dundee - its tough to know everything that is going on. The charities will also be involved in various events and activities throughout the week, so will be available for a chat if you want to find out a bit more about them and what they do.
We have met with each of the charities below and discussed how they help the local people of Dundee. If one of them looks like it might be useful for you, just get in touch with us, or the charity themselves, to find out more.
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The Hearing Voices Network is a service user led registered charity which seeks to create acceptance that hearing voices is a valid experience. Based at 216 Hilltown Dundee under the banner 'HaVeN', a name chosen by members which utilises the initials of the Hearing Voices Network and incorporates the concept of it being a place of safety. It provides support to voice hearers through: Bridging the Gap Project (a befriending and mentoring service); various Self-help groups; activities; and volunteering, in order to promote independence and increase people’s confidencehttp://hearingvoicesnetwork.com/
Hearing Voices Network Dundee The HaVeN 216-220 Hilltown DUNDEE DD3 7AU
22 Laurie Street, Edinburgh EH6 7AB
Unit 15, Manhatten Works, Dundonald Street, Dundee., DD3 7PY
Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow G1 1UZ
6 Old Glamis Road Dundee DD3 8HP
Brunswick House 51 Wilson Street Glasgow G1 1UZ e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Angel Enterprise House 1st Floor 45 North Lindsay Street Dundee DD1 1PW