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Free Services

At our organisation, we are committed to providing comprehensive support services tailored to the unique needs of individuals and families facing various challenges.

1 - 1 Support with our Family Support Practitioners

1-1 family support practitioners play a crucial role in providing a safe and confidential environment for individuals to discuss their family issues. These practitioners are trained professionals who offer emotional, practical, and sometimes educational support to individuals or families facing various challenges.

Here's how they typically provide support:

  1. Creating a Safe Space.

  2. Active Listening.

  3. Empathy and Understanding

  4. Building Trust.

  5. Providing Information and Resource.

  6. Goal Setting and Problem-Solving.

  7. Follow-Up and Monitoring.


Peer Support Groups

Our peer support groups that are affiliated with FASS focus on family support, kinship care, and bereavement support which provides a valuable platform for individuals to connect with others who are experiencing similar challenges and emotions. We have several groups spread across Glasgow. If this is something you'd be interested in please give us a call on 0141 737 3699.


Here's how such a group might help:

  1. Shared Experience

  2. Safe and Confidential Space

  3. Peer Support and Validation

  4. Information and Resources

  5. Peer Learning and Coping Strategies

  6. Structured Meetings and Facilitation

  7. Empowerment and Resilience Building

  8. Community and Connection


Holistic Care

Holistic care practices such as reflexology and massage can play a significant role in promoting better mental health for individuals coping with the stress and emotional challenges of having loved ones with substance misuse issues.


Here's how these approaches can facilitate mental well-being:

  1. Stress Reduction

  2. Emotional Release

  3. Improved Sleep

  4. Enhanced Mood

  5. Mind-Body Connection

  6. Self-Care and Self-Compassion

  7. Sense of Empowerment

  8. Connection and Support

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