NHS Forth Valley Mental Health and Wellbeing
Self -help resources
Online information about a range of mental health issues.
Free, confidential phone line and webchat with trained advisors who will listen and provide information
and offer advice
Tel: 0800 83 85 87
Dollar Health Centre
Our local Health Centre has a Mental Health Nurse. If you are aged 12 and up you can make an appointment directly.
Available all day Thursdays and Friday mornings only. Days may differ.
Tel: 01259 742120 for appointments.
Domestic Abuse (Victim Support)
24/7 Victims of domestic abuse helpline. Tel: 08081689111
Mindfulness app available at https://www.headspace.com/
A private counselling service based in Alloa and specialising in cognitive behavioural therapy.
For contact go to website and fill out contact form
Self help resources for a wide range of mental health and social problems.
PaNDAS (PND awareness and support)
Information about perinatal mental illness, email support and helpline
Helpline 0808 1961 776
Free counselling, mediation and family support.
Tel: 0345 119 2020 Mon-Fri 9:30-4:00pm
Free phone service call: 116 123 Talk it Through or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nearest local Samaritans is Dunfermline
SAMH The Scottish Association for Mental Health
Time For You – Online mental health and well being support. The SAMH Information Service also provides
a telephone service and live webchat. Tel: 0344 800 0550 email@example.com
24/7 free and confidential text based support available to anyone in Clackmannanshire by texting “Clacks” to 85258.
Support for those struggling with or affected by addiction.
Tel: 0845 673 1774 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselling services for Individuals, Couples and Families. Online and Face-to-face. Free and confidential
Helpline: 0800 640 5779 opening hours Mon-Thursday 10:00-19:00, Friday 10:00-16:00
Provide Counselling Services as well as advocacy,informal support, befriending, helpful resources and
bringing people together.
Tel: 01324 630100 email: email@example.com
Mental Health Services for young people
For 10-18 year olds to support mild to moderate mental health difficulties through discussion boards, magazine articles, journal entries and counselling from trained staff.
Register at https://www.kooth.com/
For young people aged 16-26 to support mild to moderate mental health difficulties through peer support, access to courses, assessments and resources. Register with your date of birth and postcode at https://account.v2.togetherall.com/register