Our goal is to reduce the harm to individuals, families and communities in relation to alcohol and substance misuse. To achieve this, we offer a range of services to adults, children and families including:
- counselling for anyone affected by problem drinking
- counselling for gambling problems
- counselling for cannabis and prescription drugs issues
- counselling for carers or significant others affected by someone else’s problem drinking
- befriending for carers
- gender specific and mixed group programs, offering mutual aid and support
- one to one information, advice and support for children, young people and adults
- online advice and support
- mentoring for adults involved with the criminal justice system
- mentoring for children and young people
- opportunities for peer mentoring
- groups for young people, offering activity programs and mutual support
- targeted therapeutic groups
- art therapy
- support for kinship care families – children and carers
- peer education
- youth justice projects
- community based prevention & early intervention work
- safe zone bus.
Would you like to find out more about the services we provide at TCA? Come along to our Open Session on Friday 7 October at our Dundee Office – 50 Constable Street, Dundee, DD6 8AD. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01382 456012 to confirm your attendance and please bring a packed lunch. Information will be provided about the following services:
- One to one counselling support for clients who have issues with alcohol, gambling, NPS, cocaine and those affected by anothers use
- Support groups for adults and young persons
- Befriending mentoring
Would you like to find out about our mentoring services? Come along to our Open Session on Friday 7 October at our Dundee Office – 50 Constable Street, Dundee, DD6 8AD. Contact email@example.com or call 01382 456012 to confirm your attendance and please bring a packed lunch. Information will be available about:
- the kind of young people we work with
- who can refer to the mentoring and how
- the mentors; who they are and what is expected from them
- mentor training.
More about our services
Our services are delivered by paid staff and volunteers. We have a firm commitment to volunteering and offer accredited training programmes across the full range of services, including administration functions.
We are committed to delivering needs-led person-focussed services, which incorporate a pro-active approach to empowerment and service user involvement. We work to challenge the discrimination often experienced by marginalised and vulnerable adults, children and families.
We are a progressive organisation, adopting an evidence-based, outcome focussed approach to service delivery and development and we have been at the forefront of developing mentoring approaches, including peer mentoring, in Scotland.
We are a member of COSCA (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland).