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12th Jun 2019

Hey! We just wanted to give our supporters and survivors an update on what is happening within Wellbeing Scotland.

Although our website has been quiet, we have not been. There has been a lot of changes made and unfortunately we have been running a little tight on the ground to keep everyone posted. Let me catch you up now.

We are now based in Bank street, Alloa. This move was prompted by a few factors and ultimately, the re-location has worked out great. We have established key contacts within the local community and have been receiving support in abundance from Clackmannanshire Council, which we could not be more grateful for. We continue to grow our organisation and have expanded to offer services from Larbert, Stirling and Glasgow on top of our Alloa office.

Our team has changed a considerable amount with the appointment of new recruits across the charity. There has also been a change in the team structure to allow us to deliver a more efficient service. We now have a fresh faced admin team who have been competently handling enquiries on our behalf as well as being the 'cogs' behind the smooth operation of our data handling systems. Our admin team are being motivated and developed by our more recently appointed Senior Administrator, Louise.

We continue to make every effort to raise funds to allow us to continue the services we already offer as well as continue to develop and implement new services to offer survivors the best support we can. To lead our fundraising effort, Wellbeing Scotland have recruited a new Fundraising Manager...Daniel -me. I will share plenty of details on what I am doing specifically over the coming weeks and hopefully I will meet many (if not, all) of you reading this in the future. However, this particular post is about the bigger picture.

Sadly, we no longer have our deputy CEO, Traci, on our journey with us. Although, we are positive that we will cross paths with her many, many times in the future. We wish her all the best in her future endeavours.

I want to personally thank all of the Volunteers, Donors and Survivors for their continued support. Without you, we would not be here. We have a bright future ahead for all of us and we need to work together to keep moving in that direction. There are events coming up very soon that could be fun for most and I hope to see you there and hopefully raising money. More details will be made available soon, so keep an eye out. Thanks for reading.



Recent News

12th Jun 2019
Update on what's new at Wellbeing Scotland
1st Jan 1970
Join us on our Canal Walk
23rd Mar 2018
A workshop aimed at supporting professionals who would like to gain a greater understanding of the impact of childhood abuse/trauma and best practice in supporting disclosures.
29th Mar 2018
Please note that Wellbeing Scotland offices will be closed over the Easter weekend, from Friday 30th April to Monday 2nd April, and will be open again from Tuesday 3rd April.
10th May 2018
Due to increased demand for many of our services and some exciting new projects happening in the Clackmannanshire area, we have made some changes to the location of our offices to give us the space we need to accommodate the development of new services.
7th Sep 2018
A full day workshop exploring Childhood Sexual Exploitation and recognising that childhood sexual exploitation is a form of childhood sexual abuse.
1st Nov 2018
We will be holding a conference on 1st November in Alloa Town Hall, Mars Hill, Alloa, FK10 1AB. The conference topic is: The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Adult Mental Health with Holistic Approaches to Prevention and Recovery There will be a range of speakers who are specialists in the field. Kaye Hills for Clackmannanshire Council Education Department will showcase the innovative Wellbeing Workers service in schools as a preventative model of good practice. Narratives of Survivors of Historical Institutional Abuse will be presented by Moyra Hawthorn, CELCIS. Sylvie McCleary from the Integrated Mental Health Team in Forth Valley will speak about adult mental health. Other speakers to be confirmed.
28th Sep 2017