Financial Wellbeing Service
This service offers residents of West Lothian an effective and comprehensive support that enables mental, emotional and financial resilience and wellbeing. They provide confidential money advice and budgeting support. Additionally, they understand that when you are going through the money advice process that there will be other areas of your life that may require some extra support. The Bridge Support work is tailored to your specific needs and delivered over an agreed period of time and will relate back to seeing an improvement in your financial wellbeing.
Bridge Counselling Service
The Bridge Counselling Service provides you with the opportunity to talk to someone who will listen with understanding. Meeting with your counsellor each week will give you the space and time to explore your thoughts and feelings. Through talking regularly with the same counsellor you can begin to understand your situation more clearly and make positive choices and decisions. The counsellors are full organisational members of COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy in Scotland).
Working alongside Livingston United Parish Church and Co-op Funeral care, the Bridge offers a six week bereavement support programme based on the Acorns Bereavement support service which has ran successfully in Edinburgh. Each programme runs for six weeks and covers a range of topics relating to grief, loss and bereavement. Potential participants should make contact with the Bridge for information on current and forthcoming programmes.
Applicants for this service should also meet this condition:
People aged 18 and over
This service accepts direct self referrals.
-Open 9.00 am - 5.00 pm everyday-
Facilities & Access
This service has the following facilities:
- Wheelchair Access
- Private parking
- Creche facilities are not available at this location.
Provider's Name: Bridge Community Project
The Bridge Community Project is a charity with a Christian heart that seeks to improve the everyday well-being of the people of West Lothian. They do this by providing practical and relational support through services such as money advice and counselling. The Bridge Community Project seeks to provide practical and relational support to families and individuals in West Lothian.