You can seek further help, information and advice through these other outlets:
Mental Welfare Commission in Scotland
An independent organisation working to safeguard the rights and welfare of everyone with a mental illness, learning disability or other mental disorder.
Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance
The Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance promotes, supports and defends the principles and practice of independent advocacy across Scotland.
The work of Communities Scotland’s Regulation and Inspection division has been transferred to the new Scottish Housing Regulator.
Health and Happiness
Health & Happiness in the Highlands began in 1999 when a group of people got together to talk about how to make life healthier and happier for adults with a learning disability living in the Highlands.
Highland Community Care Forum
Highland Community Care Forum (HCCF), has built up a portfolio of services for carers including young carers, people with mental health problems, people with learning / physical disabilities and older people.
Commission for Equality and Human Rights
They have a statutory remit to promote and monitor human rights; and to protect, enforce and promote equality across age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief, sexual orientation and gender reassignment.
Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations
Advancing the values and shared interests of the voluntary sector.
The devolved government for Scotland is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Scotland, including health, education, justice, rural affairs, and transport.
The brain injury association.
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