This is a categorised bank of resources with information on a wide variety of support needs incl. cost of living, money advice (incl. grants), energy and energy debt, housing, employment substance use and mental health. We also have low cost recipes and hints and tips to help keep food and fuel costs down (incl. recipes for the Wonder Box – visit our Wonder Box Page for more information). This will continue to be updated.
Mental Health Support
This is a two-page downloadable resource which has crisis support information, lists of services and how to access them and useful resources, websites and apps
There are dozens of different community spaces and activities available across the city, ranging from livingroom activities (board games, jigsaws and a cuppa on the couch) to sit-down meals, craft groups, sports session and much more. All for free or low-cost. An online map of Open Doors across the city and leaflets for each ward can be found at the link below.
What Do I Do If..? Leaflet
No one should be left in a crisis or without enough money to feed their families. This leaflet has been designed to support someone through a financial crisis to help identify the options available to them and who can help.
The leaflet is also available on the Independent Food Aid Network website, which has a step by step online guide to go through the support options available – https://www.worryingaboutmoney.co.uk/dundee
Dundee Recovery Road Map App
Developed by the Parish Nursing project, this is a visual aid which sets out a range of recovery focused services in Dundee supporting people from all walks of life. This includes Mental health, Addiction Support, Health & Wellbeing, Rehab Information, Peer Support, Family/Carer’s Support, & Online Recovery Support.