The Glengarry Centre is a drop–in centre for people living in the community who are experiencing mental health problems. The centre provides a friendly setting for social contact and support. Staff are available to offer individual support in a practical and confidential way.
People use the centre as and when they wish and no formal referral is necessary.
As a user led organisation, it tries to organise the activities which people using the centre request, including music, swimming and relaxation sessions.
There is a cafe for centre users which offers healthy meals and some volunteering opportunities.
Please note that our centre is on the ground floor and has limited wheelchair access.
The Glengarry Centre is funded by Highland Council and NHS Highland.
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10:30am – 4:30pm
Wednesday and Friday: 12:00 noon – 4:30pm*
(First Wed of Month: 11:00am – 12:00pm (Women’s session))
(Alt. Weds. later opening ‘til 7.00pm. with a meal served at 5.00pm.)
Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm.
*Wednesday and Friday sessions also include:
Relaxation Group - including breathing techniques and meditation.
Healthy Living Group - including sleep therapy, anxiety management, walking, healthy eating, confidence building and self esteem.
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