Opening times: Christmas and New Year

Our Dundee office is open on the Wednesday 27, Thursday 28 and Friday 29 December and reopens on Wednesday 3, Thursday 4 and Friday 5 January from 9.30am -4pm for a drop-in and phone service.

Our Perth Office is open on 27 December from 10am – 2pm, Thursday 28 December 9am-5pm, Wednesday 3 January 10am-2pm, Thursday 4 January 9am-5pm and Friday 5 January 10am-5pm.

Our Arbroath Office will be closed from the end of the day on Friday 22 December and will reopen on the morning of Monday 8 January.

Dundee Safe Zone Bus – December schedule

The Safe Zone bus will be out in Lidl carpark in the City Centre of Dundee from 10pm-4pm on the following weekends in December:

  • Friday 1 and Saturday 2 December
  • Friday 8 and Saturday 9 December
  • Friday 15 and Saturday 16 December
  • Friday 22 and Saturday 23 December
  • Friday 29 and Saturday 30 December
  • Sunday 31 December (Hogmanay)

Alcohol drop-in assessment times

If you have concerns about your alcohol or substance use and would like to have a chat about what would be the right service and support for you, come in and see us at The Wishart Centre at the following times:

Monday 10am-2pm (appointments only)
Tuesday 4.30pm – 7pm
Thursday 10am – 12noon

There are other drop ins at Albert Street Community Hub, Cairn Centre Cafe Hub, Lochee Community Hub and the Signpost Centre – please see full details on the following pdf:

Alcohol drop-in assessment triage timetable (pdf format)

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New Services in TCA

Befriending

We are expanding our Adult Service to offer Befriending to clients who have been through the counselling process and feel that they would benefit from additional support. This is particularly helpful for clients who feel isolated from society and perhaps need support with accessing activities that would help them integrate more fully into society as part of their recovery journey. Would you be interested in becoming a volunteer Befriender? Find out more

Family Sessions 

We are now offering family sessions, which provide an opportunity for some or all family members to come together to discuss the issues around a loved one’s alcohol use, substance use or gambling. During the sessions we negotiate the ground rules for the family and work together as a team, discussing everyone’s concerns and agree on the support that can be provided by each family member and the group as a whole. Read the leaflet for more information.

 


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We are a member of COSCA (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland).

COSCA Complaints Policy

Our registered charity number is SC006511.