Find help and support in Shetland

Shetland Community Directory includes information about the many groups, organisations, and services available across Shetland. You can browse the full list of organisations or find a specific service using the keyword search box. Alternatively, you can filter listings by location or category to narrow down your search.

237 results for Shetland
Provided by Royal Voluntary Service Shetland

Lerwick lunch club meets in Isleburgh Community centre Monday - Friday between 12- 1pm where a healthy nutritional 2 course meal is served. Cost £6.20 … Clients aged 60+ are welcome to come daily…

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Provided by Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society)

Many parents feel that only others who have experienced the death of a baby can offer real understanding. Our countrywide network of over 104 local support Groups, usually run by bereaved parents and…

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Provided by Ability Shetland

This club provides a social meeting point for secondary aged children and young people and has a relaxed but lively atmosphere. Thursdays – 18:30 to 20:00 during school term.

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Provided by Shetland Bereavement Support Service

We offer free and confidential support for people experiencing grief in Shetland. The service is open to children and adults.

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Provided by Shetland Befriending Scheme

1:1 befriending support for people aged 60+ affected by Dementia who are living in their own home. Meet someone new, socialise and feel more positive. Reduce feelings of loneliness and social…

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Provided by Shetland Befriending Scheme

We offer a range of befriending options for:Children and Young People - 7 to 15 YearsAdults - 16+Adults - 60+ Years who are affected by DementiaVolunteers and the individual they are matched with can…

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Provided by Open Project

OPEN are now also operating a Peer Mentoring Programme; with the aim to recruit and match mentors (16-25) with mentees (14-21), to facilitate peer-to-peer mentoring sessions for young people who are…

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Provided by Open Project

OPEN runs a weekly space for young people (14-25) in the Olive Tree on Thursdays 4pm-6pm. Da Café is there to give young people in Shetland a space to go, where they don't have to spend money to…

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Provided by Open Project

OPEN recruits and trains young people aged 16-25 to become 'peer educators'. OPEN's main purpose is to embed peer education across Shetland as a methodology of raising awareness and…

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Provided by Ability Shetland

Social Club for young adults based at Sandveien Neighbourhood Centre on Thursday evenings from 18:30 - 20:00.

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