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Your Mental Health and Wellbeing - Your Money You Decide!

Bid for up to £1250 to help tackle mental health and wellbeing issues.

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A tale of two realities

Read how the Health and Social Care Partnership is delivering joined up services in a climate of declining resources.

By Stephen Brown, Head Children, Families and Criminal Justice Services. Read now..(PDF, 327kb)


Visit your optician if you have any eye problems such as: blurred vision, difficulty seeing well or discomfort - for example, red, irritated, itchy, watery or sticky eyes.


Drop into your local pharmacy to get expert advice or information on medicines and healthcare. Under the Minor Ailment Service you might not need to pay for the medicine that the pharmacist may recommend. Examples of minor illnesses include: coughs and colds, indigestion, constipation, aches and pains.


For a speedy recovery, taking care of yourself is the best option when you have a minor illness or injury such as a hangover, grazed knee, sore throat, cough or cold.

Supported Carers Scheme

Could you offer support and accommodation to a young person aged 16 years and over?
North Ayrshire Council’s Supported Carers Scheme is looking for suitable accommodation for teenagers aged 16 years and over who are leaving care.

Read our Supported Carers Scheme leaflet (PDF, 3.49mb)

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