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Direct Care - offered by local pharmacies with the following benefits:
- Generally operating in and out of GP hours, 6 days per week, and often in the evenings.
- Advice and remedies available for a wide variety of minor illness and ailments without the
need for a GP appointment.
- Advice on whether over-the-counter remedies are safe and whether they interact with any
prescribed medications you are taking.
Remember to address any queries about non-prescribed remedies and over-the-counter medications to your local pharmacy.
Links to community support.
Fun Fit Dundee - free healthy living programmes to help families lead healthier lives
Health in my Language - http://www.healthinmylanguage.com/languages.aspx
Health in Scotland translated into different languages.
NHS 24 - http://www.nhs24.com/
Scotland's national telehealth and telecare organisation.
Addaction Direct Access Service - Boots Albert Street on Tuesdays 0930-1700 (closed 1300-1345).
Help to change behaviour to become the very best you can be. It could be drugs or alcohol use, or worries about mental health – support provided to help you make lasting change to your life.
Telephone 01382 206888 or online www.addaction.org.uk/
COOL2TALK - anonymous support for all young people 13-20 years of age.
121 chat service with a trained counsellor Monday and Wednesday 6-8pm
Contact http://www.cool2talk.org/ for more information.
Parent to Parent - Ardler Clinic, Turnberry Avenue, Dundee, Tel 01382 817558
Advice, support and information for parents of children with additional needs.
The Corner Drop-in Service
Health, information and peer-led services for young people aged 11-19, 6 afternoons per week. Free, informal and confidential.
Sexual health - contraception, pregnancy testing and sexually transmitted infection screening.
Mental health and well-being - individual Support and counselling at young peoples’ pace. No referral required.
Monday to Friday: 2–6 pm, Saturday 1–4 pm
Tel: 01382 206060, E-mail: email@example.com