Useful Information

BORDERLINE
Borderline is a free phone telephone support line for anyone suffering from emotional distress, isolation or depression. If you need someone to talk to in confidence, then give us a ring.
Lines open every evening 7-10pm 
Call: 0800 027 4466

MAAC
A freephone helpline for men in Scotland, who experienced abuse during their childhood years.  We aim to provide a space for men to talk about how this abuse has affected their lives as an adult.
Lines open every evening 7-9pm
Call: 0800 014 74 64  

NEW HORIZONS BORDERS
Unit 10b Galabank Mill, Galashiels TD1 1PR
New Horizons Borders, a registered charity, is a self help network, which was set up by people who have been, or who are, users of Mental Health services. Drop-in Sessions are available across the Scottish Borders – see the website or call for more details on days and times. Anyone who is experiencing or has experienced mental health difficulties can come along.
Contact: Lisa Archibald
Tel: 01896 755510   
Email: lisa.nhb@hotmail.co.uk
Websitewww.newhorizonsborders.co.uk

POST NATAL DEPRESSION SERVICE
Elm Row, Galashiels TD1 3HT
We offer individual and group therapeutic work in support of people who are suffering from the effects of ante and postnatal depression. We are unique in that we offer crèche facilities. Referrals can be made by self or via your health professional.
Tel: 01896 751609
Email: info@pndborders.co.uk
Website: www.pndborders.org.uk

RELATIONSHIPS SCOTLAND – BORDERS
Relationships Scotland Borders assists families, couples, individuals and children affected by relationship difficulties to help lessen the trauma and distress of conflict and family break-up. A range of services is offered throughout the Scottish Borders including relationship counselling, family mediation and child contact support.
Tel: 01721 724170
Email: info@rsborders.org.uk