Information about how you can help protect vulnerable adults from harm.
Alzheimer Scotland provides a wide range of specialist services for people with dementia and their carers.
Help and support with alcohol and drugs issues
Information for children and young people, professionals and parents and carers.
Angus Independent Advocacy is an independent organisation working alongside vulnerable people to help them have their voice heard and safeguard their rights.
The Angus Violence Against Women Partnership (AVAWP) is a multi-agency partnership dedicated to tackling all forms of violence against women and girls in Angus.
Breathing Space is a phone service, where experienced advisors will listen and offer information and advice.
If you look after someone, need care yourself or are planning for your future care needs, you can get the information and advice you need from Care Information Scotland.
Information for people in Angus aged 16 and older who need access to, or information about, a community care service.
Offering a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you.
Protecting elderly & vulnerable people from scams which come through the post and criminals who contact them by phone.
Offering support to all people affected by crime for as long as you needed.
This strategy has been developed across the Protecting People Angus Partnerships. It relates to both children and adults.
The development and implementation of this strategy across Angus is an extremely important step to ensuring the safety of those individuals who are reported missing or who are being or are at risk of being victims of trafficking and/or exploitation.
This strategy clearly sets out the preventative, responsive and supportive actions that should be undertaken by the relevant agencies and professionals when dealing with these often complex issues.
Guidance to support a shared understanding of criminal exploitation to help assist with early identification of those at risk from serious organised crime.