Local Support Services
Moray Citizens Advice Bureau
Provide a wide range of advice and information on a wide range of consumer, family and legal issues.
Royal Voluntary Service (RVS)
Volunteer-led support to help older people remain independent, including transport, help at home, befriending, meals on wheels, preparing for hospital (before, during and after) plus much more.
Quarriers, Carer Support Service Moray
Quarriers Carer Support Service offers support and advice for unpaid carers throughout Moray and can help you with any questions you have. Please get in touch today.
08000 28 22 33
Children 1st works with children, young people and families in our abuse and trauma recovery services. Our aim is to ensure that the impact of trauma and the need for recovery services is recognised at a local and national level. It is also vital that survivors’ experiences are heard, recognised, and responded to appropriately.
Advocacy North East
Advocacy North East works with people aged 16 years and over who are experiencing mental illness or disorder. This includes, amongst others, people with learning disabilities, dementia and acquired brain injury, to support them in their dealings with health and social care matters.
Avenue is a charity, based in Aberdeen, that provides support to families and individuals across the North East of Scotland, with a focus on relationships, wellbeing and children.
Moray Council Money Advice
Our Money Advice Moray team help Moray residents with money advice and welfare benefits. The team includes a combination of Money Advisers, Welfare Benefit Officers and Income Maximisation Officers. It is free, confidential and non-judgemental.
Breathing Space Scotland
0800 83 85 87
We are a free, confidential, phone and webchat service for anyone in Scotland over the age of 16 experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety.
0344 800 0550
SAMH has a longstanding commitment to suicide prevention, and it is our ambition to play our part in saving lives being lost to suicide. The Ask Them About Suicide campaign has been shaped by people who have been affected by suicide, who tell us that this is the most important question you can ask.