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Key Contacts

Practical Advice and Information – Key Contacts

PKAVS Carers Hub

  • Tel: 01738 567076
  • The Gateway, North Methven Street, Perth, PH1 5PP
  • If you are supporting someone and need someone to talk to for some information, support or advice on any issues relating to caring please do get in touch with our team.

Access Team Social Work and Community Care Service

  • Tel: 0345 3011120 or email AccessTeam@pkc.gov.uk
  • Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth , PH1 5GD
  • This is a key contact for anyone aged 16 or over who requires support from Perth and Kinross community care services such as social work or mental health.

Welfare Rights Team

  • Tel: 01738 476900 or email welfarerights@pkc.gov.uk
  • Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Streel, Perth, PH1 5GD
  • Aim to ensure that you are not missing out on your entitlement to benefits and other related help by providing free and confidential benefit advice and information.

Citizens Advice Bureau

  • Tel: 01738 450580  - Open door drop in on Monday to Friday at 10am-12noon
  • 7 Atholl Crescent, Perth, PH1 5NG
  • Gives confidential and impartial advice, independent information and assistance on a wide range of issues including, welfare benefits, employment, legal issues, housing, immigration and utilities.

Independent Advocacy

  • Tel: 01738 587887 or email info@iapk.org.uk
  • 90 Tay Street, Perth, PH2 8NP
  • Support adults and children to find out information, explore their options, to give their views or to speak on their behalf in situations they may find overwhelming or stressful. 

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Update for Carers by the Minister for Social Security, Jeanne Freeman

Update for Carers by the Minister for Social Security, Jeanne Freeman

24th
OCTOBER
2017
Going Beyond Harm
Carers Trust Scotland and Scottish Patient Safety Programme for Mental Health are holding an event for mental health carers, service users and staff on 24th October, Dewars Centre, Glover Street, Perth, PH2 0TH, 10.30am-2.15pm.  Tea, coffee and buffet lunch included.
Various Dates
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Mental Health and Learning Disability Consultation
Last Friday of each month
Perth Social Therapies
Booking is essential

What is the difference between a Council and a PKAVS support plan?

What is the difference between a Council and a PKAVS support plan?