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Caledonia Service

As part of Falkirk Council’s Social Work Department we work with adults living with severe and enduring mental illness.

We offer group activities that aim to improve well-being, increase self-esteem and self-confidence while giving individuals an opportunity to learn new skills or build on existing ones.

We also work with our service users individually, offering a key-worker system so we can support people to meet their future goals and aspirations. Peer to peer support is also a major part of our service as we can provide a sense of belonging to a community of people with similar experiences.

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Arts & Crafts Group

Our Arts & Crafts Group takes place each Tuesday at 1pm-3pm in a private venue in the centre of Falkirk. You must bring your own materials to this group due to current guidelines, if you are interested or ...

Cycle Group

Our Cycle Group takes place each Tuesday 1 pm-3 pm and gives individuals a chance to partake in local cycle routes, using cycle paths as much as possible. Currently, we require participants to provide the...

Garden Group

Our Garden Group is currently working at the Sensory Centre’s garden in Camelon each Tuesday 10am -12pm. The group is a great way to connect with others and help see an ongoing improvement in this area....

Men’s Group

On a Monday afternoon from 1pm-3pm the Men’s group provides an opportunity for social interaction by utilising community resources. The group is a platform for male service users to open up about their men...

Walking Group

Walking is simple, free and one of the easiest ways to get more active, lose weight and become healthier. We currently have groups on a Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with them all aimed at differ...

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