Angus Support

Our Service was launched in 1992 and provides support to individuals who care for or support people experiencing mental ill health.

When we use the word ‘carer’ we refer to anyone who has a relationship with someone who is experiencing mental health conditions.
The services of the project are completely free and confidential.

We offer the following services to carers:

•Individual support 
•Home visits
•Telephone support
•Support via email
•Emotional Support
•A range of information and advice
•Access to local peer support groups
•Professional guest speakers on mental health topics
•Signposting to other relevant services

Angus Support Group

Meets on the first Monday of every month between 2pm and 4 pm at the Arbroath Office (details below). 

If you would like to know more about our Angus Support Groups or other services, Please contact:

Ian Smillie, Angus Carer Support Worker - based within Angus Independent Advocacy, 60 High Street, Arbroath DD11 5SL, 01382 305713 / 07734 739667 / [email protected]@org.uk 

Carer Involvement
We also offer the opportunity for the people we support to have a voice and to use their personal experiences to help develop and improve the quality of mental health services via INVOLVEMENT.