If you or someone you know is affected by addiction problems such as alcohol or drugs
Help people with difficulties or disabilities to live independently in their homes, by providing assessment, assistance and equipment
Scotland's national health information service that provides the public, patients and carers with a wide range of quality assured information on health and wellbeing.
Care homes provide 24 hour care services including support with all personal care.
Here to offer support to people of all ages who are deaf or hard of hearing; blind or partially sighted, or both (deafblind or dual sensory impaired).
The Telecare service provides a full time alarm service in your home, as well as other sensors such as smoke, heat and flood detectors, and other aids and adaptations to ensure you can stay safely in your home.
Find out more about this condition and what services we have available to help people and their families manage dyslexia.
Information and support is available for anyone who has been affected by cancer or would like to volunteer for the service.
Find out more about the Scottish Government's agenda for the integration of health and social care services
This lays out the plans for providing help, advice and support to people with autism and their families
You find out details of the doctors, dentists, pharmacies and hospitals in Argyll and Bute on the NHS Highland website using the links below (please just select Argyll and Bute to show all in the area).
If you find a discarded needle the following actions should be taken:
- Do not handle the discarded needle.
- Identify whether it is in an area frequented by children. If so, appoint a responsible person to guard the area until the needle is properly dealt with.
- Contact the council on 01546 605522 to allow suitable arrangements to be made for its safe removal.