Directory

The Hi-Hope Handbook has information about choices, opportunities and services available in the Highlands to support transition from school to adulthood. This information can be accessed by topic or area. It can be saved as a personal directory for you to use to consider plans for the future or to create topics for discussion with those who support you or to enable you to undertake further research.


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NHS Highland - Isobel Rhind Centre

The Isobel Rhind Centre is a purpose built resource, run by the NHS, for adults… read more…
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National Autistic Society Scotland

The National Autistic Society (NAS) Scotland is the leading UK charity for people with autism … read more…
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New Start Highland

New Start Highland works to help young people to realise the valuable potential within themselves.… read more…
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SANE Services

SANE is a national mental health charity which aims to raise awareness of mental illness… read more…
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Seashell Trust

Royal College Manchester is situated in Cheadle, Stockport and is a wonderful place to… read more…
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SOAR (Socialisation, Opportunities, Activities, Recreation)

SOAR Youth Projects provide out of school clubs for children and young people … read more…
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The Glengarry Centre

The Glengarry Centre is a drop–in centre for people living in the community… read more…
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SHIRLIE Project Ltd Lochaber

The SHIRLIE Project is a supported employment agency.  The project offers a flexible service… read more…
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Waverley Care

Waverley Care is Scotland's leading charity providing support to people living with HIV. … read more…
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Lochalsh & Skye Housing Association

A registered social landlord that provides rented accommodation for a wide range of client groups… read more…
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Please Note: There will be some instances where funding will be required to access a service listed in this directory. Application for this requires to be made following appropriate Highland Council and/or NHS assessment for Adult Services and consequent resource allocation procedures. Further information on accessing services can be obtained from your local Adult Services Team.