Here you can find information on all of our associates. Choose from the Index on the right to browse through them.
Aberdeen Citizens Advice Bureau gives all clients free, confidential, impartial and independent advice on a wide range of subjects.
The School of Social and Health Sciences has a strong reputation in the design and delivery of innovative and dynamic programmes that reflect today's employment needs.
The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) represents innovative research-based biopharmaceutical companies, large, medium and small, leading an exciting new era of biosciences in the UK.
ACVO TSI is part of Voluntary Action Scotland. They exist to develop, involve, represent and support the voluntary, charity and social enterprise organisations in Aberdeen.
Airdrie Citizens Advice Bureau is an independent charity. Their service is free, independent, impartial and confidential. They are based in Airdrie town centre and operate outreach advice sessions at various locations both in and out with the town. They can offer advice in person, by telephone, letter, fax and email.
Allied Health Professions Federation Scotland works to promote and optimise Allied Health Professionals’ essential contribution to improved patient care.
Angus Citizens Advice Bureau serves all the residents of Angus from its offices in Arbroath, Forfar and Montrose. Here at Angus CAB we provide free, confidential and independent advice to everyone who needs it.
It provides a free, impartial and confidential advice and information service throughout Argyll & Bute on a wide variety of issues; from benefits and debt, housing and employment, consumer and utilities to patient advice.
We take forward relevant issues or concerns through the Community Planning Partnership levels as appropriate. As the interface we are the conduit for the sector and members of a range of strategic partnerships, locally and nationally.
Arran Council for Voluntary Services provide a wide range of information and support services to voluntary and community groups located on the Islands of Arran and Cumbrae.
ASH Scotland - Action on Smoking and Health (Scotland) - is the independent Scottish charity taking action to reduce the harm caused by tobacco. They seek to improve health and quality of life by helping to create a society which supports young people in remaining tobacco-free, helps those who want to stop smoking, protects people from second-hand smoking and changes the inequalities resulting from tobacco use.
Badenoch Strathspey Disability Access Panel receive and respond to National Park Planning submissions as well as reviewing building standards and planning applications from Highland Council, working with the Building Control Officer. They work closely with “Inclusive Cairngorms” to ensure that Cairngorms National Park is a “Park for All”.
Biogen uses cutting edge science to discover, develop, manufacture and market biological products for the treatment of serious diseases with a focus on neurological disorders.
Bridgeton CAB provide advice and assistance in a wide range of areas including welfare benefits, money advice, housing, employment, consumer, relationships and legal.
The British Association and College of Occupational Therapists is a professional body for occupational therapists and occupational therapy students in the UK.
The British Association of Supported Employment (BASE) is a membership organisation for supported employment agencies and supported businesses in the UK.
Building Healthy Communities is a strong dynamic partnership which reduces health inequalities using a community development approach to promote the health and well being of the most diadvantaged individuals, families, communities and organisations in Dumfries and Galloway.
The Care Inspectorate regulates and inspects care services in Scotland to make sure that they meet the right standards. We also jointly inspect with other regulators to check how well different organisations in local areas work to support adults and children.
Ensure that individuals do not suffer through lack of knowledge of their rights and services through disability, age or inability to seek assistance from mainstream advice and information agencies.
Celtic FC Foundation are an organisation here for all, regardless of gender, age, religion, race, or ability. Their priority is to provide assistance to those who face daily challenges within their key priority areas. In addition they offer support in the form of delivery and/or partnership to external charities and other organisations who offer value in the community and whose principles fit within these key priority areas.
Provides a free independent, confidential advice and information service on a wide range of practical issues including debt, benefits, employment, housing and other issues.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy provides a wide range of member services and campaigns on behalf of physiotherapists and the physiotherapy profession.
Citizend Advice Direct is Scotland's independent telephone advice service. They are dedicated to providing advice service in a professional, non-judgemental manner to Scottish citizens by informing and empowering them to make practical choices on important issues in their lives.
Citizens Advice Rights and Fife (CARF for short) is an independent charity that provides free expert advice and assistance to help you resolve your problems – no matter what these are.
Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) is a national umbrella body that provides essential services to Scottish Citizens Advice Bureaux.
Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface, also known as CTSI, has been launched to enable development of the Voluntary Sector in Clackmannanshire to meet the needs of the community and to represent the Voluntary Sector in community planning.
Clydesdale Citizens Advice Bureau, with its main office based in Lanark, has evolved over the years from a very small “advice centre” to a full Citizens Advice Bureau having over thirty staff and volunteers.
Coatbridge Citizens Advice Bureau is an independent Charity providing information and advice services to the Community. The service we provide is free, independent, confidential and impartial.
We offer clinical software for managing small to large numbers of patients, increasing clinical efficiencies and delivering substantial budget savings. Our products and services are offered directly to the NHS from our website and also via selected distributors throughout the UK. Our world-class software solutions include include products for specialist clinics in dermatology, rheumatology and ophthalmology amongst others.
Community Health and Social Care Shetland aims are to;
• Actively engaging people and their carers
• Promoting self-care and self-managed care
• Joint systems and assessment criteria quicker and better decision-making
• Listening and responding to community needs and aspirations
• Resources targeted at areas of greatest priority, based on clearly defined evidence of need
Community Pharmacy Scotland is an organisation which reporesents community pharmacy owners throughout Scotland in almost every aspect of their working lives , and is the voice of these vital healthcare professionals north of the Border, as they deliver pharmaceutical care to people of Scotland.
The CTA is a UK-wide charity which provides leadership and support to a wide range of community transport organisations.
Cornwallis Associates provides high quality training and development programmes for improving health, reducing inequalities, motivating behaviour change and improving communication skills.
Support group for the local members of Crohn's and Colitis UK, covering the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area.
It provides a free, impartial and confidential advice and information service throughout Cumbernauld and Kilsyth on a wide variety of issues; from benefits and debt, housing and employment, consumer and utilities to patient advice.
CVS Aberdeenshire - Central & South exist to support and represent local voluntary sector organisations by offering a range of services for both new and established groups
We have a primary role in ensuring the continuation and development of a vibrant third sector (charities, social enterprises, community and voluntary groups etc) in Falkirk.
CVS Inverclyde Develop community groups, voluntary organisations & social enterprise and championing the role of the third sector in building successful communities.
Aim is to ensure individuals do not suffer through a lack of knowledge of their rights and responsibilities, lack of knowledge of the services available to them or through an inability to express their needs effectively.
Disabilities Fife are a group of individuals committed to making Fife accessible to people with disabilities.
Offer face-to-face advice at the bureau or by appointment at our outreach surgeries, as well as operating a home visit service on Tuesday afternoons.
Objectives are to ensure that individuals do not suffer through ignorance of their rights and responsibilities, or of the services available, or through an inability to express their needs effectively, and to exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies.
Health and Social Care Partnership.
Dumfries and Galloway Third Sector Interface promote, support and develop a strong third sector; develop social enterprise; develop volunteers and volunteering; and connect the third sector to community planning.
Dundee Access Group are a group of individuals committed to making Dundee accessible to people with disabilities.
Dundee Citizens Advice Bureau offers free confidential, impartial and independent information, advice and assistance on a wide range of enquiry areas to the residents of Dundee. On those occasions when we cannot offer such help, we aim wherever possible to direct you to someone who can.
NHS Tayside and Dundee City Council are working closely together to prepare for the integration of adult health and social care services across the area.
East and Central Sutherland Citizens Advice Bureau offers free, confidential, impartial and independent advice to anyone who needs it, on a wide range of subjects. These include employment, consumer problems, family and relationship difficulties, children, housing, rent arrears, debts, and many more.
Ensure individuals do not suffer through ignorance of their rights and responsibilities, or of the services available to them or through an inability to express their needs effectively
Working together with all of the communities to improve and sustain wellbeing, care and promote equality.
East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action aim is improving all services for end users. EDVA provides services across 4 main areas; Volunteering, Voluntary Sector, Social Economy and Community Engagement.
The Citizens Advice Bureau works closely within the local community to meet local people's needs, offering free and impartial advice on financial or legal problems, including debt and money advice, working out benefit entitlements, employment issues such as minimum wage and unfair dismissal, consumer advice, housing, homelessness, mortgage arrears, immigration and seeking asylum in the UK.
Easterhouse CAB provide advice and assistance in a wide range of areas including welfare benefits, money advice, housing, employment, consumer, relationships and legal. Provision of formal representation at Social Security Appeals, Sheriff Court (evictions) etc. Clients of the bureau also have access where appropriate to solicitors who have expertise in social welfare law, housing and public law.
Edinburgh Access Panel works with Council partners and local businesses to improve accessibility for physically disabled and sensory impaired people, predominantly in relation to the built environment. They believe that full access should be incorporated into every facet of Scottish life and their aim is that Edinburgh should become a model of what a fully accessible city should look like.
Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations’ Council – EVOC – helps to support, develop and promote the interests and work of voluntary and community organisations in Edinburgh.
The Energy Saving Trust is one of the UK's leading impatial organisations helping people save energy and reduce carbon emissions.
Engage Renfrewshires goal is to provide help and support to people living in Renfrewshire who want advice on volunteering and coomunity work, as well as payroll and financial services.
Engender is Scotland’s feminist membership organisation. They have a vision for a Scotland in which women and men have equal opportunities in life, equal access to resources and power, and are equally safe and secure from harm.
Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) works with voluntary organisations and funders so that they can measure and report on their impact and improve their services.
Falkirk Citizens Advice Bureau is a charity committed to providing free, confidential and impartial advice to help people resolve their problems.
The Family Therapy training Network (FTTN), is a multidisciplinary group of professionals, whose members are amongst the most experienced family therapists and family therapy trainers in Scotland and the North of England.
Fife Health and Social Care Partnership is a joint Fife Council and NHS Fife group which is responsible for the management and development of health and social care services.
Fife Voluntary Action (FVA) is the third sector interface for the Fife Council area. We are an independent charity that receives funding from key public sector agencies to ensure the third sector is robust, resilient and delivers high quality services for the people of Fife.
General Pharmaceutical Council is the regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises in Great Britain. It is our job to protect, promote and maintain the health, safety and wellbeing of patients and the public who use pharmaceutical services in England, Scotland and Wales.
General Practice and Primary Care (GPPC) at the University of Glasgow has 36 academic and research staff and 11 support staff. Their research group is located within the Institute of Health and Wellbeing which brings together the MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, research groups in mental health, public health, health economics, and the Robertson Centre for Biostatistics, as well as the Glasgow Clinical Trials Unit, into an interdisciplinary grouping of over 200 staff benefiting from frequent and regular seminar programmes and thematic workshops.
Generations Working Together provides information, delivers support and encourages involvement to benefit all of Scotland’s generations, by working, learning, volunteering and living together.
Focus on our clients as individuals. We will give you free, confidential, impartial and independent information and advice and we will work with you to help resolve issues.
Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector is the main development agency and advocate for voluntary and community organisations in Glasgow.
Frontline service is delivered by volunteers who give their time freely to help their fellow citizens to resolve their problems.
The Citizens Advice Bureau works closely within the local community to meet local people's needs, offering free and impartial advice on financial or legal problems, including debt and money advice, working out benefit entitlements, employment issues such as minimum wage and unfair dismissal, consumer advice, housing, homelessness, mortgage arrears, immigration and seeking asylum in the UK. CAB can also put you in touch with other agencies and organisations who have more specialised information and support facilities.
The Highland Third Sector Interface was formed in 2012 and officially launched on the 4th of March 2013. Our Mission is to ensure that the Third Sector in Highlands is strong, developing and a valued community and regional asset.
As a Third Sector Interface we work together with eight partners to deliver, among other services, four specific themes of work as agreed with the Scottish Government:
- Volunteering development
- Social Enterprise development
- Supporting and developing a strong third sector
- Building the third sector relationship with community planning
The Highland Third Sector Interface is the Third Sector ‘interface’ for the Highland area. With 8 partner organisations they are committed to working together with a common purpose and shared values and principles to represent and deliver the four core functions of a Third Sector Interface.
A well established and highly respected independent UK home care provider, Home Instead Senior Care is part of a worldwide organisation devoted to providing the highest-quality care for older people in the comfort of their own homes. We offer a wide range of one-to-one services tailor made to the needs of the individual - and home visits can be from an hour a day up to 24 -7 care that includes weekends and holidays.
Housing & Community Care provides housing services and services for older people and vulnerable adults. We help people, wherever possible, to live independently within their own homes.
International Futures Forum is a charity established to support a transformative response to complex and confounding challenges and to restore the capacity for effective action.
The Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is a new organisation that builds on our previous CHCP arrangements. It formally brings together community health services and social work services. This means that if you need support from either or both, you can have an assessment done that will make sure you get the right help, through joined up teams.
Inverness Access Panel is a groups of volunteers who work together to improve physical access and wider social inclusion in their local communities.
Provide free, confidential, impartial and independent information and advice on a huge variety of subjects.
Kincardine and Mearns Advice Bureau provides a free, confidential, impartial, and independent service, covering Stonehaven, Portlethen, Newtonhill and the surrounding communities. The service is run completely by volunteers.
Lambhill Stables is a centre point for the community, providing local residents with the opportunity to take part in a range of recreational activities, and to access a range of educational resources to develop their potential as active citizens in the community.
LGBT Health and Wellbeing (LGBT Healthy Living Centre) was set up in 2003 to promote the health, wellbeing and equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Scotland. It provides support, services and information to improve health and wellbeing, reduce social isolation and stimulate community development and volunteering.
The key aim of Light on the Path is to empower and equip individuals and organisations to develop, accessing opportunities that they might not otherwise. They provide Reiki training and assist organisations with free interns and funding application support.
Living Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. With our Supporters we work to create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets, where people want to walk.
The Midlothian Health and Social Care Partnership's vision is that people will lead longer and healthier lives by getting the right advice, care, and support, in the right place, at the right time.
MVA is the Midlothian Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) and is an independent voluntary organisation. MVA is a partner in the Midlothian Third Sector Interface, and part of the national network, Voluntary Action Scotland.
Moray CAB provides high quality and effective advice, assistance and training for local people, tackling poverty and social inclusion.
Moray CAB provides advice, information and practical assistance on a range of issues which include: Benefits, Consumer Debt, Employment, Housing, Legal, Tax, and Utilities.
Motherwell & Wishaw Citizens Advice Bureau is a voluntary, confidential, independent mapand free community service dedicated to helping local people to find solutions to problems.
Operate a drop-in service for general advice which is delivered by a team of dedicated, highly skilled, fully trained volunteer staff. Musselburgh and District CAB is an independent Charity SCIO and the service is overseen by a Board of Volunteer Members.
Nari Kallyan Shangho (NKS) is a health and welfare organisation working for South Asian women and their families living in Edinburgh. The vision of the organisation is to improve the quality of life for South Asians and the mission is to provide a common platform for South Asian women to act collectively to raise health and welfare issues of relevance to them.
Health Informtion Services within NHS 24 provides a growing range of quality assured health and care information services to the population of Scotland.
NHS Borders improves the health of the people of the Scottish Borders.
NHS Centre for Integrative Care are a small, long-established hospital within the health service with a focus on helping individuals with a wide range of long term conditions develop compassion-based self-care and facilitate self management. They received Best Resource in Self Management in the ALLIANCE Awards October 2016.
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) provides knowledge and information services and trains staff and partners of NHS Scotland.
NHS Health Scotland is a national Health Board working with public, private and third sectors to reduce health inequalities and improve health.
Is accountable to the Scottish Government, they work at the very heart of the health services, providing national strategic support services and expert advice to NHS Scotland.
NHS Tayside is responsible for meeting the health needs of more than 388,780 people living in Tayside.
North Ayrshire Access Panel work with North Ayrshire Council on many of their projects as well as NAAP's local health board.
North Ayrshire Citizens Advice Service (NACAS) is a local charity and member of Citizens Advice Scotland (the national umbrella body for Citizens Advice Bureaux). We provide free, independent, confidential, and impartial advice on a range of issues including debt and consumer issues, benefits, housing, legal matters, employment and discrimination.
North Lanarkshire Disability Access Panel is a groups of volunteers who work together to improve physical access and wider social inclusion in their local communities.
The integration process will support the improvement of the quality and consistency of health and adult social care services, especially for people with long term conditions and disabilities, many of whom are older people. The principal aim is to improve the health and wellbeing of the people in Lanarkshire.
North West Voices for Change
Part of Citywide Voices for Change previously known as Glasgow Voices for Change.
Provide information and advice on issues such as money, employment, consumer, welfare benefits, housing and legal issues up to small claims level. The bureau also offers home visits for residents in the East End of Glasgow who have difficulty accessing office based services. The bureau is able to provide an interpretation service and advice in a number of languages.
Paths for All Partnership is a partnership of more than 20 national organisations committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks in Scotland and reducing the proportion of the population who are inactive, through a national walking programme.
We are a charity with a big heart and a long history of giving, and have been helping individuals and families across Perth & Kinross since 1972. Through our ‘one-stop-shop’ Hubs for Carers, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Minority Communities, Third Sector and Volunteering, we bring support and connections to those who need it most in our local communities, whilst strengthening Perth & Kinross’s voluntary sector.
Perth Citizens Advice Bureau gives free confidential, impartial and independent information, advice and assistance on a wide range of issues to anyone who lives or works in Perth and Kinross. At times when we cannot offer such help, we aim wherever possible to direct you to someone who can.
Quill Accounts are a not for profit company who specialise in offering a payroll and payment admin service to individuals who employ their own carers and/or care agencies. They offer this service to people who are in receipt of funding via local authority Direct Payment, SDS or ILF funding, although they also provide payroll services to community groups, small charities, etc.
Based in Edinburgh, in Scotland, Quirkos brings together a team with decades of experience in Qualitative research. Frustrated with other software packages for qualitative research, they set out to design something that was easier to use, and kept researchers closer to the data.
Renfrewshire Citizens Advice Bureau opened its doors in the late 1980s and has become an essential service in the area providing free, confidential and impartial comprehensive advice and information throughout Renfrewshire.
Rowlands Pharmacy proud to provide thousands of prescription medicines to millions of people in the UK, as it’s their aim to help serve the needs of those requiring expert medical help. Their fully qualified pharmacists are on hand to offer leading advice, and with prescription collection service and delivery at your disposal, they do our utmost best to deliver the highest quality on a quantity of services.
Provide free, confidential and impartial advice on a wide variety of issues to people living in the regional area.
Royal College of Nursing Scotland represents nurses and nursing, promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society believes that pharmacists should be:
· The recognised professional member of the healthcare team responsible for choosing pharmacotherapy
· The universally accessible frontline clinical provider of all aspects of pharmaceutical care
· The healthcare professional entrusted by patients to take care of their every pharmaceutical need
· The recognised expert professional for medicines governance, information and management
· The guardian of patient safety and welfare, maximising the benefits of medicines and minimising the risks caused by adverse effects
· The leader in pharmaceutical innovation, research and developments of medicines, and of the delivery of pharmaceutical services
· The patient’s safeguard in the research, design, manufacture and supply of quality assured medicines
· The educator of all health professionals, the public and patients on the safe and effective use of medicines
· Accessible to all patients as a source of advice on health improvement and well-being
To raise awareness and give confidence to those practitioners who will work with survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA). To train staff who will work with parent survivors of CSA. To train staff who will work with those who self injure.
The School is one of the UK's premier research schools. They work with their partners to provide high quality clinically-relevant research in the UK and internationally.
Scotland Patients Association is an independent self-funding association, which is there to help and support all patients in Scotland who need and request their help.
SDCRN brings together Scotland’s leading academics, clinicians, carers and people with dementia and aims to turn scientific discoveries into safe and effective treatments.
SFHA Board governs the organisation on behalf of its members. The Board is accountable to the members for ensuring that the SFHA is fit for purpose, uses its resources effectively and maximises its reach and impact.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was established on 1st April 2013, bringing together the collective skills and experience from across Scotland’s previous eight fire and rescue services. The work in close partnership with local communities right across Scotland to deliver crucial safety messages in the fight against fire.
Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care is an umbrella organisation and representative body for palliative care in Scotland.
The Scottish Practice Nurses Association was formed in 1989 by a group of experienced Practice Nurses from all over Scotland who firmly believed in the concept of Practice Nursing as a provision of specialist care in its own right
Scottish Recovery Network (Penumbra) was formally launched in 2004 as an initiative designed to raise awareness of recovery from mental health problems.
Exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies and services both, locally and nationally.
Shetland Community Health Partnership (CHP) is responsible for managing a wide range of community based health care services and, in partnership with lthe Shetland Islands Council (SIC), provides a focus for the integration between primary care, specialist services and with social care to ensure that local population health improvement is placed at the heart of service planning and delivery.
Skye and Lochalsh Citizens Advice Bureau CAB) helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice and by influencing policy makers.
Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland (SCSWIS) was set up in April 2002 under the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001 to regulate all adult, child and independent healthcare services in Scotland.
South East Area Lifestyle (SEAL) Community Health Project aims to reduce inequalities and ensure equal access to a healthy lifestyle, for all residents in Gorbals, Govanhill, Toryglen, Pollokshields and the wider southeast area of Glasgow.
Local teams will work together to ensure quality, sustainable care and services are provided for the people and their families who need it. Those with long-term conditions and disabilities, many of whom are older people, will get the joined-up and seamless support and care that they need to live safely and independently in their own homes for as long as possible.
They cover the whole of the South West of Aberdeenshire, from the border with Aberdeen at Westhill right out to the upper Dee and Don valleys, providing free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information.
Sport Aberdeen deliver sport and physical activity services on behalf of Aberdeen City Council such as swimming pools and sports centres. They also work in conjunction with a range of other partners, including sports clubs, Police Scotland, NHS Scotland, sportscotland and National Governing Bodies of Sport.
Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise provide support for voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteers in many areas, including funding advice, organisational structure, volunteer management, charity law compliance and representation on Community Planning Partnerships.
SURF is Scotland's independent regeneration network. Its overall objective is to improve the health and wellbeing of residents in Scotland’s disadvantaged communities.
The Scottish Union of Supported Employment is an umbrella organisation for public, private and voluntary bodies interested in supported employment, social inclusion and the changeover from traditional resource centre based day services to programmes in the community.
We understand that our patients have lots of questions when they consider taking part in a study. It is this understanding and our commitment to ensuring our patients are fully informed that makes us good at what we do.
The Bridge is an integral part of the Scottish Borders Third Sector Interface. They provide community development support and practical help on a range of issues
The British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO) was established to encourage high standards of prosthetic and orthotic practice. It is committed to Continued Professional Development and education to enhance standards of prosthetic and orthotic care.
TCV are an organisation that work to reclaim green spaces offering volunteers the opportunity protect and enhance green spaces and biodiversity whilst also learning new skills, getting fitter, engaging with their environment and meeting other like minded people
The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) is the trade association for pharmacy professionals in the UK. Our aim is to support independent community pharmacies to succeed professionally and commercially for the benefit of their patients. As a not-for-profit organisation we are committed to reinvesting in service provision.
The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland (QNIS) has supported community nursing to deliver excellent care throughout Scotland.
Theatre Nemo plays a valuable part in the lives of those it has touched. They actively encourage people with mental health problems and carers to take part. The aim is to break down stigma and to give people a voice.
Third Sector Lab is Scotland’s leading digital media agency working solely with voluntary, social enterprise and public sector clients. They provide a wide range of digital services, including website design, social media strategy, training and event support.
Together is an alliance of Scottish children's charities that works to improve the awareness, understanding and implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). They do this by: promoting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child; helping children's organisations to integrate the UNCRC into their work; monitoring and reporting on the progress made at a Scottish and UK level.
The TSA is a membership based, not for profit organisation, formed in 1995 whose members provide telecare and telehealth to over 1.7 million service users.
tsiMORAY is a dynamic local charity set up to support and promote volunteering, community groups, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. tsiMORAY also supports and promotes communication and collaboration between all of these organisations – often referred to as “third sector”, to differentiate them from the public and private sectors – and between them and public sector organisations, such as the Moray Council, the NHS etc.
Turriff & District CAB provide free, confidential and independent advice to everyone who needs it working or living in the Turriff, Banff and surrounding areas.
TUV SUD Wallace Whittle aim to be the pre-eminent provider of quality building services solutions and the best to work with, in the view of thier clients, partners and colleagues. They believe in a sustainability led approach to design for the benifits of thier clients and the world we live in. It is thier ultamite goal to work closely with their fellow proffesionals and clients to minimise carbon emissions and to deliver a better enviroment for us all to live in.
VoiceOver is a not for profit Interpreting and Translation Agency. They work with friendly, professional interpreters and cover a huge range of languages. Their three social aims are: - To promote equality of access to services by providing high quality, affordable interpreting - To raise standards in the interpreting industry. - To reinvest profits in a range of activities supporting integration in Glasgow including English classes, Homework Clubs, Women's Groups, Men's Groups, a food bank and advice for refugees and asylum seekers.
As the third sector interface for Angus, Voluntary Action Angus is committed to all the people, all the issues, all the time. Voluntary Action Angus seeks to inspire a new culture of hope and action where all sectors and people aspire to preserve and develop a high quality of life.
Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire is part of a national network of Third Sector Interfaces (TSIs) whose ambition is to see a Scotland in which voluntary and social enterprise action in all its forms flourishes and delivers strong resilient communities.
Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire (VANL) is the development agency for third sector organisations in North Lanarkshire.
Voluntary Action Orkney (VAO) supports this tradition by bringing together resources and expertise, working with the community to ensure a thriving, sustainable and healthy third sector for the future.
Voluntary Action Scotland is the umbrella body for Scotland's network of Third Sector Interfaces. VAS aims to develop, represent and support third sector interfaces and their members to ensure that, together, we can effectively influence policy and services planning at national, regional and local level and ensure our sector is recognised as key contributors to the delivery of high quality services.
Voluntary Action South Ayrshire (VASA) is the local Third Sector Interface. It is recognised by Scottish Government and South Ayrshire Council as fulfilling a key role in ensuring the continued development of a robust Third Sector in South Ayrshire.
Voluntary Action South Lanarkshire, or VASLan, is South Lanarkshire’s third sector interface. Third sector interfaces across Scotland work in line with four pillars outlined by the Scottish Government.
Volunteer Centre Dundee is a local charity committed to enabling volunteering in all its forms. Promoting over 300 different volunteer vacancies, we match hundreds of volunteers of all ages and all walks of life to rewarding ways of giving their time.
Our mission is to inspire more people to volunteer so they can enhance their lives, the lives of others and build resilient communities.
The Volunteer Centre Glasgow aims to improve the quality of life for the people of Glasgow by offering opportunities to use and enhance their skills in volunteering, training and personal development.
STRiVE is the Third Sector Interface (TSI) for East Lothian. They provide support, learning and development opportunities for both individuals and organisations through their Volunteering, Organisational Support, Youth, Adventure and Wellbeing teams.
Volunteer Development Scotland leads the way in informing and modernising approaches to volunteering policy, enhancing practice and improving the quality of the volunteering experience.
Walking on Wheels Trust provides a guide for wheelchair users and electronic scooter users who wish to enjoy the Scottish countryside.
WDCAB offers general advice and assistance across a wide range of subjects such as Benefits tax credits and employment.
West Dunbartonshire Community Volunteer Service (WDCVS) exists to promote, develop and support volunteering and third sector activity throughout the area of West Dunbartonshire.
West Lothian Citizens Advice Bureau – are there to help you. At West Lothian CAB they provide free, confidential, impartial and independent advice to anyone who needs it.
The West Lothian Access Committee’s activities are based on the belief that the needs of people with disabilities, older people and carers of young children should be considered as an integral part of the design process and that by meeting these needs buildings will perform better for all users.
West Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership is a partnership between NHS Lothian and West Lothian Council developed to further enhance the delivery of integrated health and social care services to the people of West Lothian.
Provide free, impartial, confidential and independent service dedicated to helping local people find solutions to their problems.
Western Isles Community Health and Social Care Partnership
Community Health and Social Care Partnerships (CHaSCPs) are about delivering better services and outcomes for local people, improving health and reducing health inequalities. They do this by developing closer working relationships between with partner agencies and by effective public involvement.
YSM Solutions is a vocational rehabilitation and wellbeing company based in Glasgow specialising in musculo-skeletal, stress and mental health conditions. Their main aim is to reduce sickness absence and enable those at work to be fit at work and those off sick or not in work to be fit for work.