Welfare Rights Team - http://www.dundeecity.gov.uk/socialwork/welfarerights/
Benefits, tax credits, money advice, debt counselling.
Drop-in service Wed 10am-4pm Central Library
Advice Line - Mon-Fri, 9.30am-4.30pm 01382 431167
Citizens Advice Bureau - http://www.dundeecab.org/
Central Library, Level 4 Wellgate Centre, Dundee
Discovery Credit Union - http://www.discoverycu.co.uk/
Central Library, Wellgate Centre, Dundee
Connect Service - http://www.dundeecity.gov.uk/welfarereform/connect
Community outreach help with form filling, benefits advice, budgeting.
Drop-in service throughout Dundee. Call 01382 431205
Discover Opportunities - http://www.discoveropportunities.org.uk/
Help returning to work
22-24 Crichton Street, Dundee 01382 434460
Mitchell Street Centre - http://www.dundeecity.gov.uk/communities/mitchellstreetcentre
Adult learning, translation service, Dundee Healthy Living Initiative, Lead Scotland (education and lifelong learning opportunities for disabled adults and carers).
Employment Support Service - http://dundeecity.gov.uk/socialwork/employmentsupportservice
Help with disabilities, health problems and significant barriers to obtaining employment.
Dundee Women's Aid - http://www.dundeewomensaid.co.uk/
Confidential and non-judgemental service to women, young people and children who have experienced domestic abuse from a partner, ex-partner or someone they are living with.
45 North Lindsay Street, Dundee 01382 207099 email@example.com
Stobswell Forum - http://www.stobswell.org.uk/
If you live in the Stobswell area, why not get involved with what is, in effect, your local community council.
Adult Protection - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkIHOcL0EFw
Tayside Crisis Contacts - Crisis Contacts
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01382 200422 if you have questions about what is available.
Ideas for free short breaks can be found at: https://www.sharedcarescotland.org.uk/resources/short-breaks-for-strange-times/
Visit www.dundeecarers centre.co.uk for more details on available support and advice.
Feeling lonely or isolated?
Or do you know of someone who is? - why not contact Dial-op on 01382 305757 or visit http://www.volunteerdundee.org.uk/our-work/dial-op/
Free assistance with online issues to anyone aged over 55, with a disability/condition, or is a carer. Help consists of using the internet, WhatsApp and Facetime, online shopping, social media, the list is endless.
Throughout Scotland many people who have never used technology are being encouraged online for many essential services such as banking, shopping and health video consultations. AbilityNet can help if you are struggling to navigate any of this.
They can provide remote support on a 'best endeavours' basis, being able to remotely access devices (with permission), which enables them to not only resolve problems, but also demonstrate how to do things such as online grocery shopping and video calls.