Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Drop-in Services West Dunbartonshire: 01389 608049
Sometimes people affected by cancer just need someone other than their family to talk too. If someone close to you has had a cancer diagnosis we’re here to help support you. Our trained volunteers offer time to listen, emotional support and can help you access financial and practical assistance in your area.
This is the part of the site where we list details, including phone numbers and websites, of services and groups in the local area. We hope our patients will find the information useful.
We would welcome any suggestions regarding other services that we should feature on this page.
Local Health Services:
West Dunbartonshire Community Health and Care Partnership (WDCHCP)
Breathing Space 0800 83 85 87 A free confidential phone and web-based service for people in Scotland with low mood, depression or anxiety. It was launched in Glasgow in 2002 and became a national phone line service in 2004.
Sandyford Services 0141 211 8130 For advice about contraception, advice and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy testing and referral.
CHSS - Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland
Advice Line 0808 801 0899. Local Rehab Coordinator— Lynette Hall, email@example.com Telephone: 07717 273014
Stroke Association Helpline: 03033033100, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteering and Community Officer, West of Scotland — Maureen Hunter Maureen.email@example.com
Tel: 0770 331 9220 Scotland office Tel: 0131 555 7240
Health and Wellbeing Directory – www.infodir.nhsggc.org
Gateway to information about a wide range health improvement and wellbeing services provided by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and our partner organisations
Vitality and Live Active services— 0300 343 0400