Here are some services you can refer yourself to locally without needing to contact the practice.
Click on the image to take you to their website for more information.

Worried about your own drug or alcohol use?

Worried about someone else?

We are with you offers a free confidential service.

Call 0800 035 0793


AskSARA is an award-winning online self-help guide providing expert advice and information on products and equipment for older and disabled people.

CAMHS accepts referrals from anyone who knows the child/young person, including self referrals.

Their website includes a wide range of support information for young people and their parents and carers.

Cruse helps folk through one of the most painful times in life.

Their volunteers are trained in all types of bereavement, and can help you make sense of how you're feeling.

Call 0808 808 1677

Home Teams are a team of multi-disciplinary professionals who work together to help you meet your needs and outcomes. 

You can make a referral for yourself or for someone you know: call the Single Access Point (SAP) on 030 33 33 3001.

Physiotherapy for muscle and joint problems to maximise your potential.

Self referrals can be made by contacting Single Access Point (SAP) on 030 33 33 3001

For those with problems of their feet or lower limbs.

Self referrals can be made by contacting Single Access Point (SAP) on 030 33 33 3001

NOTE: NHS podiatry does not provide simple nail cutting.

Want to stop smoking or vaping?

Quit your way provides help and support.

For more information and advice call 0845 602 6861.

Relationships require work, and support is there through Relationship Scotland, providing counselling, mediation and family support regardless of the relationship

Call 01387 251245

In times of crisis and things seem hopeless, the Samaritans are there.

Call 116 123

For independent and confidential advice for young and old of all genders.

Contraception, sexually transmitted diseases, advice on abortion and more.


Inability to sleep affects a lot of folk, and medication isn't a long term solution.

Sleepio provides interactive advice and guidance through their website and app and is approved by NHS Scotland.

If you're an older person, have a disability or are ill and having problems with day-to-day life but want to remain independent. 

Discuss with Social Work - call the Single Access Point (SAP) on 030 33 33 3001

Providing support for anyone affected by alcohol, drugs or gambling.

Call 01556 503550