HMP Visitor Centre - Action for Children
LOOKING FOR WORK
How to apply for a job
Job Interview Guide
Effective Job Searching
Accessing Computers Made Easy
Social Media for Jobseekers
There is also the Hi-Hopes link below which is useful for young people who are looking for work.
Support/Helplines for Young People
Harm Reduction - Drop in Clinic
KNOW WHO TO TURN TO - http://knowwhototurnto.org/
Websites for mild Depression/Anxiety
Rape & Sexual Abuse Service Highland
Are you an unpaid Carer?
Velocity Cafe and Bicycle Workshop
Income Maximisation Midwifery Project
Muscle, Back or Joint Problems
Frequently Asked Questions
Patient Transport Service
Scottish Families Telehealth - for families affected by others' alcohol and/or drug misuse
Your GP Cares
Nairn Senior Citizen Luncheon and Social Club
Bowel Screening Information - view
ALISS : access to local information to support self-management for people with long term health conditions.
This website is designed to be a comprehensive online resource for you and your partner from the decision to start trying for a baby, through pregnancy, labour and birth up until your baby is 12 months old. Click here .
Back In Control
A self-help guide to managing back pain and enabling recover
This bulletin is aimed at all carers in the Highlands. It tells of upcoming events, the latest news, general advice and contact details for Connecting Carers, who provide services to unpaid carers throughout the Highlands.
NHS Highland has introduced a new website for patients to discover more about diabetic retinopathy screening services in the Highlands. This website has key information about the retinopathy services that is available to the public, so if you suffer from diabetes, you may find this website useful.
Chest, Heart and Stroke
Nairn Healthcare Group would like to make you aware of a great service offered by Chest Heart & Stroke. The Heart Failure Support Service matches people who have heart failure and might need some support with a local volunteer who can offer companionship to reduce social isolation, support to access services in the community, and encouragement to improve the quality of life by making healthy lifestyle choices. The volunteers are trained by CH&S, and there are two living in Nairn who are available now.