The Richmond Fellowship Scotland
is a charity which supports over 2800 people across Scotland with a broad range of needs to live as independently as possible in their own homes and communities.
We are the largest provider of social care services in Scotland, providing personalised, high-quality community-based support services for those who require support in their lives. Some may have mental health difficulties, learning disabilities or autism; others may have dementia, alcohol or drug issues or forensic backgrounds.
All of our services work in person-centred ways to offer choice, promote inclusion and maximise ability.
The Alford Supported Living service offers accommodation for two individuals and staff support a number of people in their own homes within Alford and the surrounding area. The service can support people w...
Are you stressed, worried or anxious? Suffering from panic attacks? Experiencing feelings of depression? If you're between 16 and 65 years of age and live in the East Dunbartonshire area, then maybe we cou...
We currently support people aged 16 years and we support people with learning disabilities, mental health difficulties, Huntington’s disease, autism, physical disabilities, brain injuries, dementia, forens...
We meet the needs of people with severe and enduring mental health problems and learning disabilities.
Our team has experience of supporting people with autism, physical disabilities, older people wi...
Leggart Terrace Service provides accommodation with support packages for people who have experienced enduring mental health problems.
The Service provides residential care for people experiencing men...
We support over 1300 individuals who are experiencing mental health difficulties to live as full, independent lives as possible within their own communities.
Our services are flexible. They can vary ...