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Butterfly Trust (Cystic Fibrosis)
The Butterfly Trust provides Social Support in the community for people affected by Cystic Fibrosis. One of the services we offer is Befriending for children and young people who are living with the condition and Mentoring for young adults who are having the condition and need additional support.
109/3 Swanston Road
Tel: 0131 445 5590
Carr Gomm is a person-centred organisation that supports people to lead their lives safely and to do the things they want to do. We do this by providing support at home and in supported services which are delivered by highly trained and committed workers. We are committed to helping the people we support to widen their network of friends and interests. For this reason we are currently piloting an Interest Sharing Project for people we support within a number of our Edinburgh Services.
11 Harewood Road
Tel: 0131 659 4700
Dumfries & Galloway Befriending Project, Dumfries
Dumfries & Galloway Befriending Project recruits, trains and supports adult volunteers to befriend vulnerable young people (8 - 18 years) on a one-to-one basis. **Actively seeking Befrienders as next round of training due to commence mid January 2016
19 Bank Street
Tel: 01387 247812
Food Train Friends
Food Train now offer a befriending service. �Friends� was launched in Annandale and Eskdale in 2010 for over 65s who live locally. It was recently extended to Dumfries from 1 October 2012 following the huge success of the pilot scheme in Annandale & Eskdale. We now have a Project Manager, Befriending Development Officer and Office Assistant to manage, co-ordinate and extend the services on offer. �Friends� offer a combination of telephone befriending, 1-2-1 home visits and trips (group outings) for our isolated customers. We aim to improve the quality of life of our isolated local older people through befriending. Please contact us for more information.
30 Castle Street
Dumfries & Galloway
Legion Scotland assists all ex-service men and women of all ages across Scotland to adapt to civilian life by providing community, friendship and practical advice, whether they left military service yesterday or many years ago. Our wellbeing and befriending service promotes fellowship and offers advice and signposting to veterans who have a range of problems resulting from military service such as isolation, unemployment, housing issues, bereavement, and benefits amongst others.
Stephen Baird, Head of Wellbeing
New Haig House
Logie Green Road
Tel: 0131 550 1560
Polycystic Kidney Disease Charity
Around 70,000 adults and children in the UK have PKD. Over 12 million are affected worldwide. We support those affected, their families and carers, with information, help and understanding. We raise awareness and fund research into the causes of PKD, with the aim of discovering treatments and a cure.
91 Royal College St
Tel: 020 7387 0543