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Main Office

Office G1 & G2 Hestan House, Crichton Business Park, Bankend Road, Dumfries, DG1 4TA

Call FREE on
0800 020 9653 (from landlines)


Online Support Sessions

We offer regular online support sessions via Facebook or Whatsapp where you can chat to our trained staff via text message. This is great for those who are not sure about coming along to our 1-2-1 support or group meetings.

Our Online Text Support is a safe and confidential space where you can get 1-2-1 support and advice from our trained support staff. Our next online support session is listed below. You can click on it to view all the details.

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At LGBT Plus we are committed to designing and developing services and activities in Dumfries and Galloway that meet the diverse needs of the LGBT Plus population their family, friends and allies, as well as their Carers needs.

We would really like to hear your views on what you feel is important for the LGBT community in the coming years by filling out this online survey. The results are kept confidential and shared with our board to help influence the future direction of LGBT Plus and wider partners.

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    For help, guidance or more information about LGBT Plus, you can also call our information service on: 0800 020 9653 (it's free to call from landlines)

    Immediate Help
    If you are thinking about committing suicide, then the following online & telephone support is available for you 24/7 to talk it through with someone else:

    Samaritans (Local): Tel 01387 253555
    104, Loreburn Street, Dumfries
    Tel: 116 123

    Breathing Space Scotland
    Tel: 0800 83 85 87

    Turn 2 Me
    (Specifically online support)

    NHS 24
    Alternatively if you need medical support call on 111. For an emergency ambulance you should dial 999.

    You can also call the police, your emergency social work team or emergency community mental health team.