The Action Group is about
‘no barriers – for all of life.’

We could use lots of fancy words to sum us up, but really it comes down to you, your family and us, working together to get the right support for you, that changes as you change and keeps putting you right at the centre of all that we do.

What our service
users say about us…

  • My life has improved dramatically since receiving support from The Action Group

    Thomas HACSS team 1.12
  • I'm never too old for any activity with The Action Group staff!

    Alan HACSS team 1.2
  • The Action Group have helped me gain much more independence and confidence.

    Lynnette HACSS team 1.1
  • Without this service I feel like I wouldn't be where I am today.

    Caroline HACSS team 1.11
  • I like my staff - they support me to live a happy healthy life.

    Claudia HACSS team 1.8

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This event is for people who get support. This is complicated review and this event may help people think about the issues.We are holding an event for people with learning disabilities to tell us what they think about the Independent Review of Learning Disability and Autism in the Mental Health Act, also known as 'IRMHA'.

Our event for people with learning disabilities is taking place on:

📆 Friday 4th October
🕚11am - 1pm
🕍 Grassmarket Community Project in Edinburgh

🍴Lunch will be provided

To book a place, please call the SCLD office on 0141 248 3733.
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This looks great, and so valuable. Click the link below to book a space!Via LGBT Health

LGBTQ+ people are vulnerable to poor mental health, but access help less often.

Find out why & learn about our experiences using mental health services at our National Conversation on Mental Health for healthcare professionals.

Bookings: www.tinyurl.com/LGBTMHDiscussion
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