At MindMosaic we provide professional therapy services that meet the needs of the Community. Our qualified therapists are committed to providing a high standard of care to each individual.
Future Pathways offers help and support to people who were abused or neglected as children while they were living in care in Scotland. We work together to help survivors access person-centred support that will help them to lead full, healthy and independent lives and find their own pathways to a positive future.
‘In care’ includes living in residential or foster care, living in a boarding school (state, private or independent), having a long-term stay in hospital or spending time in a Young Offender’s Institution.
Your Voice - Inverclyde Community Care Forum (ICCF) is a not-for-profit organisation set up in 1992. At that time our aim was to bring together all local voluntary and community groups to build a collective voice in relation to community care and enable the voice of service users and carers to be heard in the planning and provision of community care services in Inverclyde.
We are a charity and all our services free, at the point of access. Over 60% of our running costs need to be raised through fundraising and donations from compassionate individuals, groups, organisations and foundations.
Quality of life is at the forefront of everything we do.
Inverclyde Community Development Trust
Inverclyde Community Development Trust – just The Trust locally – has been around for over 30 years to help the community by providing work, training, services and opportunities to get involved in improving life for everyone.
The Trust exists to build opportunities with communities to empower and improve lives and wellbeing. Our overall purpose is to empower people and communities to realise their potential by creating many opportunities to improve all aspects of our lives.
At CrossReach we offer loving care to people of all ages who are in need of a helping hand, supporting them to live life to the full whatever their circumstances.
We have been at the forefront of high quality social care for 150 years. During that time we have worked hard to understand the needs of the people who turn to us for help and with them have been at the forefront of pioneering services which have literally changed thousands of lives for the better.
CVS Inverclyde exists to support, promote and represent Inverclyde's third sector organisations - community groups, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. We do this because third sector organisations are about people and communities speaking and acting on their own behalf. A strong third sector means better outcomes for local people and successful communities taking control of their own destiny.
Inverclyde Carers Centre
Inverclyde Carers Centre Ltd. will provide a service to identify and support Carers to recognise and be recognised by others for their valuable contribution to society.
Is to utilise the creative sector to be the nucleus for positive social change across Inverclyde (Scotland); where creativity, arts and culture meet economic regeneration through working together to create a better place to live and work.
We transform vital charities. We empower visionary leaders. We shape public policies. We believe in opportunity for everyone. Since 2008, Inspiring Scotland has worked towards a Scotland where everyone, no matter who they are, no matter where they live, or the circumstances they are born into, has the chance to enjoy a happy, healthy life free from poverty or disadvantage. We do not accept the status quo and we are committed for as long as it takes, whatever it takes, to build a better Scotland.
Belville Community Garden Trust
The communities’ vision became a reality in 2014 when the garden was built and they formed a registered charity to ensure the area and activities were sustainable in the long term. The garden is managed by a Trustee board made up of local people with a vested interest in the regeneration of the area. Belville Community Garden is now a thriving and lively place with many local people visiting the area. Belville Community Garden coordinates local schools biodiversity and environmental projects including John Muir Awards, community arts and health projects as well as connecting similar third sector organisations across Inverclyde.