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  Other useful Non-Crisis Services

Other useful Non-Crisis Services (mainly 9am – 5pm)

 

AMIS (Abused men in Scotland)

0808 800 0024 AMIS works with any man over 16 concerned about domestic abuse, regardless of sexuality, age, disability or ethnic origin.  A Scottish helpline operates 7pm -10pm every day more infomation at the AMIS website.

Edspace

An online mental health information and resource service detailing all the mental health services in Edinburgh.

Health in Mind Information Resource Centre 

A comprehensive library and information service on mental health, wellbeing and local resources. The centre is open 10am – 12.30pm and 1.15pm – 4pm. The resource centre is based at 40 Shandwick Place, Edinburgh. 

Telephone  - 0131 243 0106  information@health-in-mind.org.uk 

The Edinburgh Self Harm Project

A confidential and non-judgemental service offering support and advice to those who self harm or those affected by self harm. 

Telephone number  0131 229 6262 selfharm.edinburgh@penumbra.org.uk )

Scottish Recovery Network 

For information, resources and models of recovery from mental health problems. 

Telephone 0141 240 7790 info@scottishrecovery.net

Consultation & Advocacy Promotion Service (Caps) 

This is an independent advocacy organisation for people who have or are using mental health services. This service is free. 

Telephone number – 0131  273 5118 contact@capsadvocacy.org

LGBT centre for Health and wellbeing

Offers support to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender individuals and their families.  

Telephone number – 0131 523 1100 admin@lgbthealth.org.uk 

LGBT Youth Scotland 

Offering support and advice to young people 17 -25 

Telephone number – 0131 555 3940 info@lgbtyouth.org.uk 

Shakti Women’s Aid 

Offering support and advice to black/minority ethnic women, children and young people experiencing or fleeing domestic abuse. 

Telephone number – 0131 475 2399 info@shaktiedinburgh.co.uk 

Edinburgh Alcohol and Drugs Partnership

Oversees the development and implementation of the drugs and alcohol strategy for the city. It also provides information, (local directory), on where and how to get support, if you, or someone you know has an alcohol or drug problem within the City of Edinburgh. This information is available on line through the Scottish Government website.

Saheliya 

A black and minority ethnic women’s mental health organisation offering counselling, group support, befriending and complimentary therapies.

Telephone number – 0131 556 9302  info@saheliya.co.uk

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