Quarriers is one of Scotland’s leading social care charities. We provide practical care and support for vulnerable children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances. We challenge inequality of opportunity and choice to bring about positive changes in people’s lives.
In the North East of Scotland, Quarriers delivers care and support through a range of locally-based services in Aberdeenshire and Moray, as well as working across the wider Highland, Grampian, Tayside and Fife areas supporting individuals with epilepsy and their families.
If you are a Young Carer we work to ensure that your caring responsibilities are minimised and that you have the opportunity to access the full range of opportunities available to young people.
If you’re finding it all too much, struggling to cope and know you need help but don’t know what would make a real difference, we’re here to listen and help you talk through the situation before exploring your options.
Providing a wide range of emotional and practical support. Are you new to caring and don’t know where to start or struggling to cope? We’ll meet you in your own home, or somewhere else that suits.
A young carer is someone aged up to 18 years of age who helps to look after someone in their household who is experiencing illness or disability. This includes physical disability, mental illness and substance misuse
Arrows is a service for anyone worried about alcohol and drug use, whether their own or a loved one’s. Substance use problems can develop over time, and it is important for individuals to recognise where drugs or alcohol are having an impact on their wellbeing, relationships or lifestyle.
Information, support and advice on managing the condition and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We can advise you on issues such as benefits, housing and employment, and we can help you access appropriate support resources.