NHS Self Help Guides

NHS Forth Valley Health Promotion Service is pleased to announce access to a new digital bookshelf of self help guides for mental health and wellbeing where people can read, download, listen to an audio file or forward a guide to others.  The guides have been made available under license from Northumberland Tyne and Wear and…

Mental Health Support in Falkirk

As part of Falkirk’s Health and Social Care Partnership we work with adults living with severe and enduring mental illness. We offer community based 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…

Service Update

Same great service, new base for Caledonia team. Falkirk’s Caledonia Service is getting ready to scale-up its support offering, including more community-based groups and a new base for the team at Dollar Park. Throughout the pandemic, people who use this service have accessed support by meeting remotely or in small community-based groups. This will continue…

Key Worker System

Each service user that attends Caledonia Service will be allocated a Key Worker from our staff team. This will be a helpful and supportive partnership. Your key worker will: get to know you learn about your difficulties find out how you see your problems know about your strengths discuss any plans with you give information…

Referrals

Eligibility to attend Caledonia Service Aged 18 and over Resident in Falkirk Health and Social Care Locality Areas Diagnosis of a severe and enduring mental health condition Currently does not receive paid or voluntary social support from any other services. More information can be found by clicking here.